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Report highlights the achievements of the Offshore Maintenance JIP so far, and outlines the follow-up activities.


Advancements in operability assessment for maintenance on offshore wind turbines


W


hile more and more offshore wind turbines are installed and operated, maintenance on these


wind turbines is required to maximise the energy yield and minimise the cost of energy.


Maintenance work can be everything from small electronic repairs to replacing large components. Each maintenance operation requires its own strategy, specialised vessel and specialist. The knowledge and tools from the Offshore Maintenance JIP (OM JIP) assists participants to select the most


suitable maintenance strategy and vessel for each maintenance operation.


The project was initiated by MARIN, ECN and TNO and got underway in 2015. The OM JIP consortium consists of 14 participants including research institutes, shipbuilders, O&M operators, O&M personnel, access system operators and utility companies. Research is performed in close cooperation with the Carbon Trust from the UK, which represents most of the large energy companies in Europe that are


Jorrit-Jan Serraris


& Erik-Jan de Ridder j.w.serraris@marin.nl


20 report Generic SOV on DP next to a wind turbine in Offshore Basin


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