Why Class is Important for Floating Offshore Wind Farm Developments

Duration: 30 minutes

On Demand

In our next segment on Sustainable Insights, we continue our conversation about the industry’s journey towards a sustainable future using offshore windfarms as alternative energy sources.

As the offshore wind developments are going into deeper waters, floating offshore wind technologies start to be an attractive alternative to the traditional, bottom-fixed offshore wind installations. With the floating technologies comes a different set of challenges.

How is the industry preparing for the challenges associated with capital-intensive projects like floating offshore windfarms?

In this 30-minute webinar, Lars Samuelsson, Manager Global Offshore Renewables and Qing Yu, Director Technology, will discuss how the experiences and procedures established in the marine and offshore industries can address the life cycle challenges. We will also address how Class can help windfarm owners and operators on the design, construction, and maintenance with a holistic life cycle asset integrity approach.

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Qing Yu, 
Director, Technology 

Qing currently serves as Director, Technology and leads research and development activities related to marine and offshore structures. 

Lars Samuelsson, 
Manager, Global Offshore Renewables

Lars currently serves as Manager Global Offshore Renewables and currently leads the business development efforts for offshore windfarm developments.

Heather Suttle, 
Strategic Marketing Manager, Offshore

Heather works closely with executive leadership and business development teams to create marketing and communication plans that support strategic initiatives across multiple divisions at ABS.