Planning a new offshore wind project

From project design and advancement to cable route engineering and wind measurement campaigns, this white paper from Lloyd’s Register offers advice on the early-stage decision-making of offshore wind farm installation

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This Lloyd’s Register white paper evaluates the essential technical inputs necessary for robust evaluation and early-stage decision-making when planning to install a new offshore wind farm.

It looks at how to apply the decisions taken on recent successful projects in the UK at different global locations, and focuses on how site assessment by technicians and engineers should provide the baseline and opportunity evaluation for project designs.

Download this white paper to find out more about:

  • Project design and advancement
  • Cable route engineering
  • Geophysical surveys and geotechnical site investigations
  • Wind measurement campaigns

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