The industry partners of the consortium are developing a training programme to facilitate the acquisition of skills by industrialists and research infrastructures for implementing the initiative’s solutions in real environments
In order to continue promoting the transfer of scientific and technological knowledge, the industry partners of ROMEO Project are developing an education programme to facilitate the acquisition of skills by industrialists and research infrastructures for implementing the main achievements, solutions and concepts created in the framework of the initiative.
Specifically, the University of Strathclyde, with the support of UPTIME, Minsait INDRA, ZABALA and Iberdrola-Scottish Power, is preparing and recording the first of three educational sessions to conduct different workshops with the aim of transmitting the knowledge generated in the project and facilitating the application of the achievements made in real environments. All these partners will take part in the first of these training sessions.
Additionally, a learning material package will be developed and provided to the training targets during workshops and visits to educational spaces.
To expand the echo of this programme, the consortium is also ready to collaborate with specific educational organizations in order to embed the ROMEO’s training sessions within their education programmes.
In the coming months, those responsibles for the initiative will launch a campaign aimed at stakeholders to boost participation.
The ROMEO Project (Reliable OM decision tools and strategies for high LCoE reduction on offshore wind) is a European initiative, backed by the European Horizon 2020 Programme, aimed to reduce the O&M costs of offshore wind installations through the development of advanced monitoring systems and strategies.
The innovations developed within the R&D work packages of the initiative will be tested in three use cases managed by the wind farm operators of the following projects: Teeside (United Kingdom), Wikinger (Germany) and East Anglia ONE (United Kingdom).