Power and renewables

RenewableUK Cables 2021

Power quality

Cables 2021 will tackle the big questions around cables through information sharing and industry-led problem-solving to help drive improvements, enable cross-industry collaboration, and ensure companies are maximizing on the global opportunity.

Sharing knowledge to advance the industry
DNV is proud to be the Knowledge Partner of RenewableUK Cables 2021 on 16 November.

Proud to present experience
Experts from DNV will showcase their offshore wind expertise during the conference. See below:

Name/job title: Michael Dodd, Market Area Manager - UK & Ireland, DNV
Panel discussion: A3: The role of offshore integration and delivering net zero
Date/time: 16 November/11:00-12:00
Speaker bio: Michael is a Director and DNV’s Power Grids Segment Leader for UK & Ireland. He is a regulatory and strategy professional with 20 years’ experience in different roles within multiple regulated utility industries. Michael’s primary focus is on the commercial and strategic impacts of regulation, policy and market structures within the UK and European energy markets. As Power Grids Segment Leader, UK & Ireland, he is responsible for the strategic direction and growth of DNV’s activities across the sector. Michael brings extensive experience in advising on the commercial impacts of regulatory and market changes from the operational to strategic levels.

Leading knowledge sharing

Experts from DNV will lead tables sessions to encourage knowledge sharing and idea generation. See below:

Name/job title: Michael Gow, Principal Consultant & Business Manager for Transmission and Distribution UK & Ireland, DNV
Session/panel: Workshop 2: Smart O&M for Cables: How to get the most out of your wind farm?
Date/time: 16 November/14:15-15:15
Speaker bio: Michael is the Business Manager for Transmission and Distribution for UK & Ireland. Michael is a chartered engineer with over 25 years’ experience in the electrical power systems industry, with a wide range of experience in project and engineering management. Michael is focused on the decarbonization of the energy market, with his primary focus on the integration of renewable generation, coupled with the increase in electrification of the transport, heat and power user base. Michael joined DNV in 2012 and has previous experience gained from working with Clancy Docwra, Scottish Power, Rohm & Haas and Tinto Engineering.

Pre-book meetings
To pre-book a meeting or for any further information, please contact us.

Sharing knowledge to advance the industry
DNV is proud to be the Knowledge Partner of RenewableUK Cables 2021 on 16 November.

Proud to present experience
Experts from DNV will showcase their offshore wind expertise during the conference. See below:

Name/job title: Michael Dodd, Market Area Manager - UK & Ireland, DNV
Panel discussion: A3: The role of offshore integration and delivering net zero
Date/time: 16 November/11:00-12:00
Speaker bio: Michael is a Director and DNV’s Power Grids Segment Leader for UK & Ireland. He is a regulatory and strategy professional with 20 years’ experience in different roles within multiple regulated utility industries. Michael’s primary focus is on the commercial and strategic impacts of regulation, policy and market structures within the UK and European energy markets. As Power Grids Segment Leader, UK & Ireland, he is responsible for the strategic direction and growth of DNV’s activities across the sector. Michael brings extensive experience in advising on the commercial impacts of regulatory and market changes from the operational to strategic levels.

Leading knowledge sharing

Experts from DNV will lead tables sessions to encourage knowledge sharing and idea generation. See below:

Name/job title: Michael Gow, Principal Consultant & Business Manager for Transmission and Distribution UK & Ireland, DNV
Session/panel: Workshop 2: Smart O&M for Cables: How to get the most out of your wind farm?
Date/time: 16 November/14:15-15:15
Speaker bio: Michael is the Business Manager for Transmission and Distribution for UK & Ireland. Michael is a chartered engineer with over 25 years’ experience in the electrical power systems industry, with a wide range of experience in project and engineering management. Michael is focused on the decarbonization of the energy market, with his primary focus on the integration of renewable generation, coupled with the increase in electrification of the transport, heat and power user base. Michael joined DNV in 2012 and has previous experience gained from working with Clancy Docwra, Scottish Power, Rohm & Haas and Tinto Engineering.

Pre-book meetings
To pre-book a meeting or for any further information, please contact us.