Events & Training

DNV GL Energy Academy: Wave Energy Conversion

05 May 2015 - 05 May 2015

This course is designed for professionals who wish to increase their knowledge of wave energy and wave energy conversion technologies. A detailed overview of the fundamental principles behind the main technological solutions to convert ocean wave energy into electricity will be given, along with the key methodologies to evaluate both wave and device data. For more information, please contact Andrew Brown, Training Manager, on training.era@dnvgl.com

Glasgow, Scotland

All Energy 2015

06 May 2015 - 07 May 2015

All-Energy Exhibition and Conference is the UK’s largest renewable energy event taking place, for the first time, at the SECC, Glasgow, on 6-7 May 2015. The event, which is free-to-attend event, showcases the complete range of renewable and sustainable technologies.

Glasgow, Scotland

DNV GL Energy Academy: Tidal Stream Energy Conversion

08 May 2015 - 08 May 2015

This course will provide a detailed overview of the fundamental principles behind the main technological solutions to convert tidal stream ocean energy into electricity, along with the key methodologies to evaluate the tidal resource, site suitability and device performance and loading. For more information, please contact Andrew Brown, Training Manager, on training.era@dnvgl.com

Glasglow, Scotland

DNV GL Energy Academy: Connecting Your Renewable Energy Project To The GB Grid – A Developer’s Guide

12 May 2015

This course is intended to give a core understanding of the process of gaining a connection to the distribution network or onshore transmission network, how the wind and solar developer can act for optimum outcome and the responsibilities placed upon them during the development of the grid connection. For Registering / Booking and if you have any questions, please contact Andrew Brown, Training Manager, on training.era@dnvgl.com

Bristol, England

Renewable Cities Global Learning Forum

13 May 2015 - 15 May 2015

The Renewable Cities Global Learning Forum will bring together leaders from municipal government, the private sector, and civil society. Through facilitated capacity building sessions, participants will have the opportunity to learn from global innovators and grow their networks.

Vancover, Canada

AWEA Windpower 2015

18 May 2015 - 21 May 2015

Professionals from all over the world come here to network, learn and advance their organizational missions. Collaborate with colleagues and peers—innovators, thought leaders and policy makers—as you chart wind energy’s course into the future.

Orlando, Fla.

5th World Hydropower Congress

19 May 2015 - 21 May 2015

Hosted by the International Hydropower Association.

Beijing, China

4th International Convention on Marine Renewable Energies, Thetis MRE

20 May 2015 - 21 May 2015

This Thetis MRE meeting is an opportunity to share the experiences of experts from around the world on the theme of 'Marine renewable energy: from opportunities to industrial realities'. There will be four plenary conferences on the challenges for the sector, and five themed workshops devoted to fixed offshore wind turbines, floating offshore wind turbines, test sites, wave energy, and tidal wind turbines. The goal of these sessions is to review the current MRE situation in Europe, Asia and North America in order to examine initial results and the potential for development.

Nantes, France

Energy Storage Association 25th Annual Conference & Expo

27 May 2015 - 29 May 2015

The ESA conference will bring together a global audience of energy leaders and decision makers to hear from executives, investors, regulators, customers, and renowned experts over the course of three days of area site tours, collaborative workshops, interactive panels, and keynotes.

Dallas, Texas, USA

DNV GL Energy Academy: A Guide to Wind Farm Performance

28 May 2015

On completion, delegates should understand the most significant factors affecting wind farm performance and how to measure them. Specifically: how an operational wind farm’s long-term energy yield is assessed; what performance factors appear in contracts; how turbine performance is measured; and how wind farm performance can be optimised and monitored. The course also includes live and interactive demonstrations of tools used to monitor and optimise the performance of turbines. For registering/booking, or if you have any questions, please contact Andrew Brown, Training Manager, on training.era@dnvgl.com

Bristol, England