Three International Wind Power Exhibitions to take place in Shanghai in July 2014

The Offshore Wind China Conference & Exhibition, the Wind Farm O&M China Conference & Exhibition, and Distributed Generation China will take place concurrently at Shanghai Mart in Shanghai on 2-4 July 2014.

As organizers, the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association, the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Committee, the China National Renewable Energy Centre, and Shanghai International Exhibition Co., Ltd. plan to focus on initiatives at the events:

Capture future opportunities in the industry and present operation and maintenance brands

The series of events at the Wind Farm O&M China Conference & Exhibition, the first professional exhibition showcasing wind power operation and maintenance solutions in Asia, will explore management of the lifecycles of onshore and offshore wind power projects and related services. Exhibitors include China Tianyuan New Energy Technology, DNV-GL, Eulikind, and more. The event will mark the Chinese debut for EDF Renewable, the largest third-party operation and maintenance provider in North America. Solutions concerning management technologies of onshore and offshore wind power farms, operation and maintenance equipment for wind turbines, auxiliary maintenance equipment, management systems for spare parts, maintenance tools, storeroom management, contractor management, and personnel training will be on display. DNV-GL will showcase its “On-site Operation Control Room” highlighting the unique integrated solution for asset optimization that will reduce costs and risks, while increasing power generation and profits.

Engage in meaningful discussions with leaders in the wind power sector

Discussions at the events will focus on “offshore” and “operation and maintenance” of offshore wind power. Senior experts from leading firms will conduct wide and in-depth discussions about leading manufacturers’ latest models of complete offshore wind turbines, installation methods of offshore wind power turbines and large-scale installation equipment, offshore integrated infrastructure solutions, and the latest trends in the global wind power industry. As for operation and maintenance, discussions will focus on the advantages and disadvantages of operation models of wind turbines before and after their expiration period, challenges concerning the operation of “orphan” wind turbines, technological advances concerning the inventory management of spare parts, transportation of large parts and accessibility of wind farms, status monitoring and data analysis, R&D and deployment of auxiliary maintenance equipment, as well as offshore wind power logistics and specific maintenance vessels, among other operation- and maintenance-related topics.

For more information, please visit: Shanghai International Exhibition Co. Ltd.