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A Guide to UK Offshore Wind Operations and Maintenance

Prepared by GL Garrad Hassan on behalf of Scottish Enterprise and The Crown Estate, this publication aims to outline the scale and nature of the opportunities offshore wind operations and maintenance presents.

The focus of the fledgling UK offshore wind industry has so far been the construction of wind farms in the unforgiving marine environment.

But, as more and more offshore assets are commissioned and the number of operational wind turbines continues to grow, the technical and commercial challenges of operating projects is starting to receive much more attention.

Offshore wind operations and maintenance (O&M) is a rapidly developing sector in its own right. Standardised technical and commercial practices have not yet emerged.

Accepting that there are many paths offshore wind O&M can take, this Guide to UK Offshore Wind Operations and Maintenance sets out the fundamental drivers that will shape the industry – and sheds light on the scale and nature of the opportunities it presents.



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