Afterwork KEDGE Alumni in Bordeaux!Bordeaux
Although onshore wind turbines have already conquered many regions, offshore wind turbines have the wind in their sails.
According to EDF, offshore wind turbines can produce up to 60% more energy than onshore wind turbines, all without the noise and visual pollution for which they are often criticised.
The development of offshore wind turbines is therefore a major opportunity for the coming decades. They can only be developed with the support of an entire ecosystem, including the main ports, such as Nantes Saint-Nazaire, as well as merchant shipping companies, such as Bourbon.
Offshore wind turbines: from port to offshore installation
If you want to know more about this fascinating but also essential element of the energy mix, then come and participate in the conference organised by KEDGE Alumni and the members of the ITTL club which will be held on:
THURSDAY 2 FEBRUARY, from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm, on the KEDGE Marseille campus La Joliette
Patrick Belenfant (Director, Bourbon Wind) and Olivier Tretout (General Director of the Port de Nantes Saint-Nazaire). Two main actors in offshore construction operations.
Registration is required via this page before 1 FEBRUARY 2023. This conference is free and open to everyone, graduates, students, and outsiders. If you are a member, please log in to your personal space. Click here if you have lost your login details.
This event has been co-organised with Ziad Beylouni, Franck Magarian, and Christophe Toncelli, all three graduates of the Maritime MBA programme, Fanny Vandenberge, graduate of the International Trade, Transport & Logistic MSc programme, Elisabeth Jouannaux, Head of the International Trade, Transport & Logistic MSc programme, and Laurent Fedi, Associate Professor.
* In accordance with KEDGE's policy, no alcohol will be served at the reception
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