25 Jun 2019

Drawing on Royal HaskoningDHV’s (RHDHV’s) unmatched experience in consenting the most complex offshore wind projects, Drs Murray Grant and Jen Learmonth will address the consent risks posed to offshore wind developments by potential impacts to birds and marine mammals in their presentation.

Drs Grant and Learmonth will be among more than 3,000 offshore wind experts from over 40 countries attending the event, which will consist of political keynotes, debates, presentations, expert panels, sector deal updates and workshops plus much more. Claire Perry, Minister of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy will deliver the keynote address on the second day.

Representatives from RHDHV’s offshore wind team, including environmental and engineering consultants and development and consent specialists, will be in attendance at the company’s stand to offer expert advice regarding the entire life cycle of offshore wind projects.

Alistair Davison, Global Sector Director for Renewable Energy Development at Royal HaskoningDHV, said, “This two day event represents a fantastic opportunity to exchange ideas with decision makers and policy influencers from around the world. Having supported over 20GW of offshore wind projects worldwide, we are at the forefront of industry innovation. We look forward to debating key issues and discussing business opportunities with global market leaders as well as representatives of some exciting emerging markets.”

To find out more, visit the Royal HaskoningDHV team at Stand 50 to discuss your requirements with market leading experts.

 

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