The flagship European initiative has launched a survey to create a solid relation with the main players of the offshore wind sector
Participation, interaction and networking between key actors are essential to boost the offshore wind industry. That is why ROMEO Project has launched a survey addressed to stakeholders and relevant players of renewables sector to encourage them to share their opinion about the initiative and explore new ways to collaborate in the future.
The ROMEO Project, backed by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 programme, has been concerned about the importance of networking to achieve the best results and to create a solid relation with the rest of the players in the industry since the initiative kicked off in 2017. For this reason, a new online survey has been created to promote a collaborative environment and to be aware of the possible applications of its developments.
The new study wants to maintain a constant feedback with the stakeholders from the offshore wind energy sector and provide companies and organizations interested in ROMEO a space where they can participate sharing their views and insights.
All those willing to be part of ROMEO with their suggestions can complete an easy questionnaire available in this link. It is necessary to fill the name of the company, its origin and sector, and the job title of the person that wants to send the opinion.
In addition, ROMEO Project provides a guide of questions that facilitates the task to the audience. Those interested in taking part can follow it and comment what impacts has ROMEO on the offshore wind sector, what barriers could be for its implementation in the future, what technologies might be complementary to the developments of the project and what is the reason for applying these solutions in other activities.
Romeo Project (Reliable OM decision tools and strategies for high LCoE reduction on offshore wind) was born with the aim to reduce the operation and maintenance costs related with offshore wind power farms. The developments achieved in the framework of the initiative are being tested in three different installations using state of the art information and communication technologies such as interoperable Cloud technologies and Internet of Things.