Corrosion Impacts in Renewables

Corrosion Technical Series

Corrosion Impacts in Renewable Energy

February 23-24, 2021
10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. each day
Virtual (Zoom)

This two-day seminar focuses on a variety of renewables markets such as wind and solar energy. Corrosion is a continuing and major issue in all fields of energy, particularly renewable energy. Newly engineered systems are designed for up to 30 years of service but exposure to environmental corrosion, UV, extreme temperatures and salt corrosion can challenge component durability. Excessive component failures can lead to high maintenance cost and overall under performance of energy output. This event will identify corrosion management methodologies in these respective areas.

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Course highlights

A comprehensive market outlook on global offshore wind to include a broad-brushed perspective of forecast activity levels for this renewables segment including:

Global Offshore Wind Energy

  • Most active developers and supply chain participants
  • A context for the type and size of projects (both Bottom-fixed and Floating units)
  • An assessment of regional activity and MW intensity
  • Insight to pertinent leading indicators such as average rotor diameter, MW/unit, average water depth and average distance to shore
  • A review of important economic indicators such as CapEx/MW and LCoE and our projections for capital spending
  • Forecast of key demand metrics per supply chain segment to include number of units, turbines, anchors, meters of mooring line length, km of array cable, and km of export cable, etc.

Solar Energy

  • Emission prevention for valves & pumps
  • Waste water treatment
  • High density polyethylene joint seal verification (HDPE)
  • Carbon fiber wrap for sealing
  • Modular solar energy storage

Featured lecturers

  • Paul Hillegeist, Quest Floating Wind Energy LLC
  • Jim Britton, Deepwater Corrosion Services, Inc
  • Marshall Harkins, Marshall Henry Law PLLC
  • Darby Howard & JD Howard, III, JDH Corrosion Consultants, Inc.

Learning objectives

  • Discuss the economic impact of corrosion
  • List the environmental impacts that threaten assets within the renewables sector
  • Recognize how corrosion management protects assets from environmental impacts
  • Summarize how materials, environment, and design play a part in the lifecycle and performance of assets
  • Identify the available corrosion management solutions that can implemented in renewable energy
  • Recall best practices shared through experts’ case studies

Who should attend

This seminar is targeted for managers, strategic leaders and technical experts within global offshore wind, solar, offshore and other renewable/alternative energy markets. This would include professionals associated with:

  • Operators
  • Asset Owners
  • Service Companies
  • Third party consulting companies
  • Research Companies
  • Engineering & Design Specialty Companies

Course Completion

Successful completion of the course is required to earn a certificate of course completion. Requirements are specific to each course and may include a combination of attendance, daily assessments, activities, quizzes, or knowledge checks.

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2 Day Course
English

Program pricing

Advance registration: $295

Regular registration: $349