Wind turbines are constantly scaling up in terms of electricity yield and this means that the turbines are continuously getting bigger, heavier, taller, and more voluminous. Wind farms are furthermore erected in more parts of the world and often in areas that are hard to get to onshore as well as offshore. To stay competitive as an industry and for different companies within the wind industry to continue to be relevant, innovation is key as is the ability to adapt to new technology. At Panticon, we actively work with companies when it comes to research and development.
Serial production in the wind industry only started in 1979 and this means that this nascent industry is only now starting to mature unlike for example the automotive industry where the first assembly line was put in place more than 100 years ago. As the wind industry matures, the implementation of standards become relevant and feasible for a number of reasons including the need to identify cost savings across the entire value chain. Panticon has actively contributed to standardization in the wind industry. Read more here.
December 15, 2020
Energy & Transport Summit IV digital took place online on MS Teams and had over 70 delegates attending. Panticon was a Summit Partner at the event and our managing partner Thomas Poulsen was one of the organizers as the facilitator of Wind Logistics Group.
November 24, 2020
At Panticon, we contribute to the work conducted by Wind Logistics Group by partially funding managing partner Thomas Poulsen’s role as facilitator of the group. The After Work/”gå hjem” meeting on November 24 revolved around green fuels as propulsion for offshore wind vessels.
October 18, 2020
Panticon’s managing partner Thomas Poulsen sat down with BreakBulk Media & Events to discuss the US offshore wind market. Watch the interviews here.
September 22, 2020
A new White Paper, written by Panticon’s administrative partner and Wind Logistics Group facilitator Thomas Poulsen has been released, which touches upon how the project logistics sector can greatly benefit from Europe’s green machine.
September 16, 2020
Panticon’s administrative partner Thomas Poulsen presented during an MDC Titbits session and talked about the growing wind industry and the importance of wind energy logistics globally.
November 4, 2019
At Panticon, we contribute to the work conducted by Wind Logistics Group by partially funding managing partner Thomas Poulsen’s role as facilitator of the group. The After Work/”gå hjem” meeting on November 4 revolved around logistics in the wind industry.
December 3, 2018
The third Energy & Transport Summit marked the launch of the new brand, Panticon, and was the final conference of the Global Wind Energy Shipping and Logistics PhD research project.