09 January 2018. More and more offshore companies are expanding their activities into renewables. Some companies, such as former DONG Energy, have even fully stepped out of fossil fuels. So, what will the future offshore energy landscape look like? With renewable energies becoming more competitive, is there a role for fossil fuels or are we moving towards a fully renewable offshore energy mix? What innovations will drive the changes? Join us on 15 February at Offshore Seminar 2018! An interactive day aiming at providing answers on: - Financial climate for offshore energy – who invests where and in what? - What is the ideal future offshore energy mix? - The future grid – what is needed? - Dutch offshore innovators – how to enter the (international) market and how to find the right partners? - Knowledge sharing between young and old – where and when to begin? Find below information about our speakers, more to be confirmed soon. Mr. Richard Brakenhoff is a senior industry analyst at Rabobank. He covers the global developments at several sectors, such as at dredging, oil & gas, steel, and transport. Before working at Rabobank, he was active as an equity analyst covering the same sectors, and as a result he analyses the sector for some 28 years. Mr Brakenhoff will contribute with an overview of the current status and outlook for the offshore energy mix, its financial climate and the role of innovation. Mr Joep Athmer, Managing Director Van Oord Offshore & member of the Management Committee of Van Oord. As a large, Dutch offshore company with a long track record operating in both fossil fuels and renewable energy. What can we learn from Van Oord Offshore's experiences up to now moving into renewables, what do they envision will be the future offshore energy mix and, perhaps even more important, how can we best share knowledge, amongst industry peers but also involving the next generation at an early stage? As sector association for Dutch innovative companies, InnovatieLink will explain the importance and need for innovative products and services in ensuring the energy transition and required cost reductions are realised. How innovative is the Dutch offshore industry? What are the aids but also the challenges in entering the (international) market with a new, innovative product or service? InnovatieLink will be joined by Next Ocean, Jules Dock and ECE Offshore, the three finalists of the Offshore Wind Innovation Award. Each of them has developed innovative solutions that will benefit the offshore industry. Learn from their experiences and take home the do's and don'ts throughout the process of accessing the market with a new product or solution. HSM Offshore & NAM. Dutch engineering company HSM, with a track record in constructing production platform for the Dutch offshore market, and Dutch oil and gas company NAM have jointly developed a gas production platform that has limited the energy input by incorporating, amongst others, solar pannels and wind turbines. Is this project a stand alone case or will we see more synergy? What will or should happen with installed platforms at the end of production? Share your thoughts! Register HERE See full newsletter: http://mailchi.mp/9dddee751a2a/newsletter-offshore-seminar-09-january-2018 We will keep you informed through our newsletters. You can also follow us on our social media channels.
Alkmaar, 16 June - We’re delighted to announce that the first ever Offshore Seminar will be on 15 February 2018 at the Mainport Hotel in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The Offshore Seminar brings together leading energy developers, united in their commitment to securing clean, economical energy for the future. As the world strives to lessen its dependence on fossil fuels, how can the experience of oil and gas companies drive innovation and make alternative energy sources more credible and efficient?
Find out by attending the Offshore Seminar, where shared insight and expertise combine with the latest ideas and technological initiatives. This one-day Seminar comprises an exciting programme of presentations and demonstrations by energy industry experts and leading authorities on renewable and sustainable energy. Entry includes lunch in the Innovation Area and an afternoon of networking and knowledge sharing with industry peers.
Get closer to the latest developments, innovations and initiatives!
Find out more information on the event website or contact us directly.
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Organised by: Brandmarion Van Mieroplaan 30 1701 AX Heerhugowaard The Netherlands Tel. +31 (0) 72 8009989 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brandmarion.com In cooperation with: Costa Renewables Scheldestraat 20 1823 WB Alkmaar The Netherlands email@example.com
Costa Renewables is excited to share that we are working together with Brandmarion to organise an interesting event! We will soon launch a website with more information so keep an eye on this website and you will soon find out what we have in store for you! If you want to be the first to know then don’t wait and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will already give you some upfront information!!
Alkmaar, 22 February 2017. Costa Renewables, as exclusive global sales representative, proudly congratulates our partner, Dutch inventors group Mega Windforce, on obtaining C-Design certification (GL2010 wind class IIB and III) by DEWI-OCC, an Underwriters Laboratories company, in Bremen, Germany, for their patented no-axis wind turbine technology. Using a combination of proven technologies, placed in a no-axis configuration, the MWF turbine will provide clean energy against prices that are competitive with fossil fuels. The MWF turbine can be largely constructed from carbon fibre which provides significant reduction in weight and in maintenance and guarantees, therefore, a longer lifespan, against a price similar to that of steel. The MWF technology will soon enter the B-design certification process.
- 50% reduction in LCOE (depending wind area)
- 80% weight reduction
- low maintenance
- subsidy independent
- easy shipment due to modular composition
A new website has been launched to promote the revolutionary no-axis wind turbine technology and to provide updates on its further development.
There are several attractive opportunities to become involved in the further development of this disruptive technology. For more information on participation options, please contact:
M +31 6 53158072
Additional note: Mega Windforce will be present at the WIND EXPO 2017 exhibition in Tokyo, Japan, from 1-3 March, 2017. Contact us if you wish to speak to one of the Mega Windforce representatives.
The 2nd edition of Offshore WIND magazine features an interview with Costa Renewables front men Ed Wehnes and Rob Tegel explaining the importance of implementing Risk Management at an early stage of an wind energy project and how the company has developed a user-friendly online tool, the Risk Mitigator, which facilitates the implementation of proper Risk Management. Read the full article here: Interview Costa Renewables on Risk Management Want to hear more on Risk Management? Visit our office during the morning programme of the North Sea Offshore event on 2 June 2016.
Costa Renewables, brokering & consultancy services provider to the international renewable energy market, will be visiting the USA & Costa Rica during March to promote current renewable energy project and concept investment opportunities, including an innovative, light-weighed turbine which will significantly lower the Cost of Energy for both on and offshore wind generation. Are you interested to learn more on our current investment portfolio or do you have a renewable project up for sell currently, or in the near future? Take the opportunity to meet up with our CEO Ed Wehnes to discuss the possibilities or to learn how we can advise you on a safe and cost efficient execution of your renewable energy project! Visit our website for our full brokering and consultancy services offering. Contact Sabine Lankhorst for availability: sl(at)costarenewables.com or call our office on T +31 854 873 097
Costa Renewables CEO Ed Wehnes will be speaking at RenewableUK's Health & Safety event in Birmingham on January 28 on the subject: 'How a Generative Organisation can Secure a Zero LTI during Project Execution'.
Costa Renewables would like to wish you Happy Holidays. Let’s keep the COP21 momentum and work together to get more green energy connected to the grids worldwide in 2016 and prove that Renewables are here to stay!
CostaRenewables is supporting the enthusiastic girls of the U20.1 team of Dames Basketbalvereniging Den Helder, the Netherlands, in their endeavor to become national champions!
Alkmaar, 6 October 2015. Costa Renewables, brokering and consultancy services provider to the international energy industry, has opened its new head office in Alkmaar, the Netherlands. Costa Renewables was originally founded in 2007 in Costa Rica, a country that is able to (largely) provide in the national electricity needs from renewable energy sources. Europe still has a long way to go but has the potential to also become substantially more self-sufficient. This is where Costa Renewables can help,