Virtual Short Course on Corrosion Impacts in Renewable Energy

The latest educational offering from AMPP’s Corrosion Technical Series is a 5-hour short course offered over 2-days on the prevention of corrosion for renewable energy assets, including solar and offshore wind farms.

Corrosion is a continuing and major issue in all fields of energy, particularly renewable energy. Newly engineered systems are designed for up to 30 years of service, but exposure to environmental corrosion, UV, extreme temperatures and salt corrosion can challenge component durability. Excessive component failures can lead to high maintenance cost and overall, under performance of energy output.

Geared towards managers, strategic leaders and technical experts within global offshore wind, solar, offshore and other renewable/alternative energy markets, this seminar will identify corrosion management methodologies to equip you with the knowledge to better identify corrosion problems in your field and how to extend the life of your renewable assets.

This short course is offered in an interactive, virtual format, with knowledge checks and Q&A sessions to ensure students gain a thorough understanding of the course material. At the end, participants can earn a certificate of completion and professional development hours (PDHs) to demonstrate their understanding of the materials covered in the course.

Featured lecturers include Paul Hillegeist, Quest Floating Wind Energy LLC; Jim Britton, Deepwater Corrosion Services, Inc; Marshall Harkins, Marshall Henry Law PLLC; and Darby Howard and JD Howard, III, JDH Corrosion Consultants, Inc.

Corrosion Technical Series: Corrosion Impacts in Renewable Energy

February 23-24, 2021
10:00 AM to 12:30 PM CST each day

For more information and to register, click here.

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