Webinar | North Sea Energy Projects under pressure; an outlook on offshore wind and the role of system integration on the North SeaPublished on in North Sea Energy
In the coming weeks we will make the best of a bad situation: the energy experts of New Energy Coalition will be joining our business school Energy Delta Institue (EDI) to provide webinars at your (home) workplace to update you on current energy topics. Participation is free of charge. The webinars are in English.
Thursday 16 April (13.00-14.00 CEST) our in-house expert Miralda van Schot will speak about the outlook on North Sea Energy Projects during the webinar ‘North Sea Energy Projects under pressure; an outlook on offshore wind and the role of system integration on the North Sea’
About the webinar
The North Sea can supply large quantities of energy: it’s location and limited depth make the area very suitable for large-scale renewable energy production. In addition, North Sea has a rich culture of gas extraction, and before being decommissioned the established infrastructure can be re-used. System integration positively affect the development of energy projects, however, the window of opportunities is small.
During this webinar our inhouse expert Miralda van Schot, together with TNO’s Rene Peters will discuss the challenges on the North Sea, the huge potential of offshore wind and why system integration can be the (much needed) accelerator for the energy transition.
We are acquiring a great deal of knowledge from the development of the North Sea as an energy region. About the generation of enormous quantities of offshore wind energy. About converting this stream into gas, for example hydrogen. About reusing oil and gas infrastructure to transport these sustainable gases. About storing CO2 in the seabed. And about the role of the ports in this energy region.- Prof. Dr. Mr. Catrinus Jepma
- The challenges on the North Sea and the urgency at stake
- Outlook on energy projects on the North Sea
- The important role of system integration