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Webinar: Why wind energy matters – Supply chain challenges in U.S.

30 May 2023

About the event

Date: May 30, 2023
Time: 9:00am CDT

As the world continues to grapple with the challenges of global climate change, the need for a swift and seamless energy transition has never been more pressing. Wind energy, with its clean, sustainable, and abundant supply of electricity, has emerged as a game-changer in this transition, offering a valuable solution to the growing demand for renewable energy sources. But to fully realize the potential of wind energy, it is crucial that its development and implementation are done in a responsible and sustainable manner. That's where expert assurance comes in, ensuring that wind projects, equipment and supply chains meet the highest standards of quality, safety, and sustainability while complying with stringent laws and regulations.

The wind energy industry is crucial to the achievement of Net Zero goals. One of the main benefits of renewable energy sources such as wind is their decentralized nature; when considering traditional fossil fuel installations, renewable energy infrastructure can be built on a much smaller scale. It is a zero-emission source of electricity, producing no harmful greenhouse gases or pollutants during its operation. Additionally, as climate change continues to be one of the most pressing issues, many countries are committing to ambitious net zero targets. To achieve these targets, we must scale up our ability to generate electricity from wind power; it is vital for meeting our energy needs today and ensuring a sustainable future for generations to come. The wind energy industry is already experiencing significant growth with onshore installations reaching record numbers in regions such as Europe, Latin America, Africa & the Middle East. To minimize the global warming the wind energy industry must continue to experience high growth rates, everywhere.

This webinar discussion will cover:

  • Developments of new installations

  • Planning and infrastructure challenges that developers face

  • Importance of technical expertise and supplier diversity

  • Life extension of offshore wind assets to optimize performance

  • Learnings from European supply chain

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