The 12th edition of the event has been an opportunity to connect with key actors of the wind energy sector
Wind Operations Europe is one of the most strategical events to enforce interaction with experts and business leaders of the wind industry. The ROMEO Project has been there, participating in the last edition of this conference, that took place in Munich between the 5th and 6th of March.
In this case, ROMEO Project was represented by one of the members of the consortium that leads this initiative backed by the Horizon 2020 programme. Specifically, Kilian Krügel, Condition Monitoring Engineer of Bachmann Monitoring, was one of the speakers of the congress.
In his intervention, Krügel focused on the technologies to reduce the O&M costs of Offshore Wind Turbines that were being developed on ROMEO Project. The engineer explained, for example, the technological advances created to detect anomalies or classify the damages on these tools.
This opportunity has been significant to ROMEO and its goal of having a solid base of allies to enhance the impact of the initiative. More than 400 attendees and 80 speakers have been taking part in the 12th edition of Wind Operations Europe. In addition, ROMEO had more than 18 hours of networking time to create strong relationships with other key actors of the wind energy sector.
ROMEO’s presence at the conference was part of the project commitment with the reinforcement of the links with the main European actors in the field of wind and renewable energy. The participation in the German conference and exhibition is also a new step to boost the relations with the European companies working in the renewables field and stakeholders. With this purpose, an online survey has been launched this year.
In the last months, ROMEO Project has been successfully showcased in different events related to the offshore wind energy like the Wind Europe Offshore Conference that took place in Copenhagen (Denmark) or the 7th International Wind Turbine Drivetrains Conference from Hamburg (Germany).