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From numbers of turbines to managing by capacity

An important part of offshore wind in our North Sea is intended to make the industry in the Netherlands more sustainable. With the move away from fossil energy sources in industry, the demand for sustainably generated electricity is increasing.

TKI Energy & Industry shows in its roadmap that demand from industry in the Netherlands will grow from 80 to 130 TWh between 2030 and 2050. On the one hand, the need for the industry to respond to the availability of sustainable energy when and on the other hand, to the offshore wind sector to ensure sufficient capacity.

Offshore wind farms are now being tendered based on required Gigawatts of power, but this does not necessarily say much about the required power in Terrawatts per hour (TWh).

Could energy parks instead of wind farms solve this issue? How could we manage the required electricity capacity at the right times? What does this require of the energy grid? To what extent do we stimulate innovation to balance the grid with this?

In this live webinar we discuss energy storage, system integration, predictability of sustainable energy supply and the best way to tender offshore wind farms.

In this webinar

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At FLASC, the mechanical properties for gas are used to sore energy offshore. Using this technology, they can reach an efficiency of 96%.
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In the FlexH2 project, a new offshore wind park concept is designed which is coupled to hydrogen production on land.

What's your vision for offshore wind energy on demand?

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Who take part in this edition?

See who will offer their expertise and knowledge on offshore energy on demand.

Presentatrice Sophie van Hoytema van TKI Offshore Energy LIVE

Sophie van Hoytema


Sophie is our regular host in our webinar series. The technical management expert expertly guides the participants through the material and ensures that our viewers have an interesting webinar experience.

Bob Meijer - TKI Offshore Energy

Bob Meijer

Co-host and director TKI Offshore Energy

Bob brings his highly valued expertise and years of experience in the field of offshore wind energy and innovation to our show to maintain the sharpness of the conversation at the table with the right questions.

Professor Laurens de Vries - Delft University of Technology

Laurens de Vries

Energy Economist - Delft University of Technology

Laurens will join us and share his view on the economic side of the energy system. What's already in place to deliver offshore renewable energy on demand? And is it wise to start on the supply side?

Daniel Buhagiar - Co-Founder/CEO of FLASC

Daniel Buhagiar

Co-Founder/CEO FLASC

Daniel and his team have developed a system to store offshore renewable energy. Energy storage is essential for balancing the energy system. Daniel will bring the experience of an innovator to the table.

André Craens, NWEA

André Craens


As the offshore wind industry representative, André will share what the industry needs to provide green electricity when asked.

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Raja Aitazaz


Raja Aitazaz is a scientist at TNO and works with FLEXH2 on scaling-up green offshore hydrogen. What is the best way to balance the grid? During TKI Offshore Energy LIVE Raja will join us and provide a critical gaze.

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