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This presentation will look at what these challenges are, how they can be overcome and why the accumulated experience of the O&G sector could provide the major boost that floating offshore wind needs.
The development of WTG support structures for floating offshore wind farms is allowing the industry to move into deeper waters than traditional fixed bottom wind farms. However, this evolution of the industry is adding new challenges with regards to availability of suitable ports for the assembly and transportation to site of WTG’s and their support structures.
Rassim Hariz is an international experienced driver who aims at setting the basis for international expansion and delivery of offshore wind projects, thanks to a high involvement in the public and private sectors throughout the entire value chain of this industry (governments, wind associations, IPPs, utilities, OEMs and consultancies), across mature and emergent global markets.
He has versatile academic background in marine environmental engineering, applied oceanography, coastal environment management and business administration applied to renewables and energy efficiency. Currently,
Rassim is acting as a Principal consultant and global head of business development at OWC, part of the newly established Aqualis Braemar LOC group. He is also a member of Renewable UK Shadow Board.