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Port development for industrialisation of offshire wind

Event organised by ICE

22 April 2024
18:00 - 19:30 SST (GMT+8)

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The Philippine government targets renewable energy to provide 35% of their electricity mix by 2030 and 50% by 2040, offshore wind is a key growth area with a technical potential of 207GW and by 2028 the government aims to have it’s first offshore wind installation. Realisation of these targets requires significant development of supply chains, facilities and infrastructure and “Wind Ports” are an essential part of that.

The UK is at the forefront of offshore wind developments and in 2023 Royal HaskoningDHV were appointed by Renewables UK as part of the “Floating Offshore Wind Taskforce” to investigate port infrastructure for offshore wind farms, identifying critical infrastructure to inform government and industry on the required interventions and provide clarity on the strategic investments to scale up and deliver a whole new industry.

As the UK has similar ambitions to the Philippines, many of the lessons learnt from the UK study can be applied to the Philippines infrastructure in order to strategically plan how to achieve the energy targets.


18:00 - 18:20

ICE Philippines introduction and event overview

18:20 - 19:15


19:15 - 19:30

Q & A


Stuart White

Stuart White

Royal HaskoningDHV

director of wind ports and shipyard infrastructure

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Stuart White

Stuart White is Royal HaskoningDHV’s director of wind ports and shipyard infrastructure. He is a chartered civil engineer with particular capabilities in the planning and design of wind ports and shipyard facilities. This has included fixed bottom wind construction ports and O&M facilities and more recently he has led a numerous floating offshore wind port studies including the analysis of manufacturing, launching and marshalling/integration requirements. Stuart heads up Royal HaskoningDHV’s global wind ports design team. 


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