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OFFSHORE WIND ENGINEERING special editions provide the latest information on the technology, techniques and supply chain resources for the Offshore Wind industry.
The Offshore Wind sector is set to grow rapidly over the coming years and to reflect this ENERGY ENGINEERING are publishing our OFFSHORE WIND ENGINEERING special editions four times a year. We are also developing this section of the website to give the latest information on the technology, techniques and supply chain information for the offshore wind industry. Click on the cover, or here, to read a sample issue.
The special editions and website will feature articles and interviews with key industry players, looking at progress to-date and how to meet the challenges ahead. There will also be in-depth analysis on projects and developments, innovations and expertise available in the sector together with case studies and technical files. We will also complement our coverage with regular e-newsletters for the sector
The website will also be home to an extensive supply chain database for the industry - for those already working and those wanting to work within the sector. This will complement our "working with offshore wind" supply chain survey - for details of how to be involved in this and more information on our offshore wind plans for 2012 please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 1926 408244.
2012 Media data & editorial programme
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Regular topics covered by the website and magazine include:-
r&d and testing
planning and operation
wind resource and monitoring
grid, networks and infrastructure
regional development & skills base
finance and funding
turbines & blades
transport & installation
operation & maintenance
reliability - policy
production & manufacture
health & safety
technology & innovation
substructure design & manufacture
industry development and economics
Rhys Thomas, Supply Chain Policy Officer at RenewableUK, explains how the industry is developing read
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