8th Annual Wind O&M Dallas 2016

April 12 & 13, 2016 - Dallas, Texas, USA

8th Annual Wind O&M Dallas 2016

Eliminate Downtime, Mitigate Risk, Increase Reliability & Optimize Fleet Performance

The US Wind Market is growing relentlessly – do you want a bigger slice of the action? You should attend the 8th Annual Wind O&M Dallas which is now THE place for US Wind to get new business agreed and capture growing O&M contracts.

Attendance now 35% up on last year with everyone looking to meet these names and more:

  • President Commercial Portfolio, Duke Energy
  • President, ON Climate & Renewables
  • CEO & President, Leeward Energy
  • Wind Regional General Manager, Next Era Energy
  • VP Regional Operations, ON
  • Project Manager, CFE Mexico
  • Regional Asset Manager, Leeward Energy
  • Operations Manager – Buffalo Gap, AES Wind Generation
  • Senior Director, Oak Creek Energy
  • Training Manager, Castrol
  • VP Operations, Duke Energy
  • Senior VP Operations, Pattern Energy
  • President, Vestas

500+ of the wind industry’s top decision makers in the USA will come together, making this the largest business driven wind event ever.

Why You Should Attend

  • C-Level Headliners give you the chance to ask the questions no-one else dares and expand your insights into the core issues at the heart of wind O&M 2016-20
  • You’ll gain unparalleled strategic insights on the approaches you should adopt to drastically cut turbine & plant downtime
  • You will learn how to take control of fleet data and make incisive turbine maintenance and lifecycle extension decisions
  • Evaluate the very latest innovative tools, techniques and processes for driving up standards of reliability fleet-wide and achieving excellence in essential maintenance and critical repairs
  • 3 All-New Conference Pillars delivered through ambitious new tracks will provide you with all the secrets you need to unlock optimized corporate leadership, fleet reliability and SCADA decision making

Agenda Highlights

  • Wind 2035 – A View For The Future – An OEMs Perspective
  • A Bold Vision For Wind Energy North America – An Owners Perspective
  • Owner Backed ISPs – Why Are They So Competitive?
  • Fleet Optimization Opportunities, Innovation, and Investment Panel Q&A
  • Strategic Considerations For Onshore Fleet O&M
  • Make Great & Avoid Poor Decisions With Aging Fleets
  • Body Movement – Leverage Value From Critical HSE Programs
  • Tackle Gearbox Failure – What Are My Options
  • Confront Bearing Reliability
  • Impending Failure – Generators Guide
  • Critical Blade Repairs & Maintenance
  • Effective Ways To Prevent Wind Blade Erosion
  • The Criticality Of Failure Rate Benchmarking
  • Quantify Analytics To Generate ROI
  • Data Availability, Standardization, Transparency & Contracts
  • Change The Rules Of The Game; Align Technology With Revenue Through Business Driven Data Management
  • Data Waste & Effective Decision Making
  • Unscheduled Maintenance – An Underestimated Risk
  • How To Optimize Your Service Supply Chain
  • Life Assessment, Extension, Upgrades & Retrofits – Part 1: Turbines
  • Reaping Value From Inter-Owner Collaboration On O&M Expertise
  • Effective Corporate Leadership In O&M
  • Unlocking Turbine Potential Through Asset Administration
  • Blade Optimization In Harsh Climates
  • How To Optimize Balance Of Plant O&M
  • Developing Major Up-Tower Repair Best Practice
  • Making The Most Of Research & Development Alliances
  • Lubricants As One Puzzle Piece To Reduce Operating Costs