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Offshore wind operations and maintenance trends 2019

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About the report

This report provides Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables' review and assessment of the trends in the offshore wind operations and maintenance (O&M) market. It includes an overview of the global O&M market size, European offshore wind O&M market landscape, Opex, O&M strategy, service practices and wind logistics. Our Power & Renewables reports and data provide deep insight into the current and future state of electricity generation.

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About the authors

Shimeng Yang joined Wood Mackenzie in 2018 as an Offshore Senior Research Analyst. She is based in our London office and is responsible for the global offshore wind market research including supply chain, asset ownership, operation and maintenance, and cost assessment. Her particular expertise is in global offshore wind cost assessment and operational and maintenance strategy.

Søren Lassen is offshore wind research analyst at Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables. He covers supply chain, technology, operations and maintenance, and asset ownership dynamics across the global offshore wind industry as well the offshore wind market outlook in Europe.

Daniel Liu is the Principle Analyst responsible for wind power operations and maintenance market research, technology and asset management. He joined Wood Mackenzie in the London office in 2018 after completing an MBA at London Business School, where he led the school’s energy conference in 2017.

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The report belongs to Global Wind Markets Service and Offshore Wind Service in our Power & Renewables program. Data and analyses provide deep insight into the current and future state of electricity generation.

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