The offshore renewable sector incorporates the development and construction of any wave, tidal or wind infrastructure within the marine environment with the aim to deliver renewable energy to meet global requirements.
The Offshore Renewables Special Interest Group (ORSIG) focuses on addressing issues concerning Offshore Renewable Energy projects, processes and management.
The ORSIG is focused in key areas including research and development, support vessels, health and safety and training. High level actions include:
Promote and enable IMarEST member participation in national and international initiatives in Offshore Renewables
Conduct academic outreach and early career path development in Offshore Renewables
Increase the use of social media in representing IMarEST’s OR interests
Contribute relevant material to other IMarEST groups and publications
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) is pleased to announce the publication of an update to our seminal Metocean Procedures Guide for Offshore Renewables. Metocean Procedures Guide Developed by the IMarEST's Offshore Renewables Special Interest Group (ORSIG), the…
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) has published a seminal Metocean Procedures Guide for Offshore Renewables, which is the first of its kind. Developed by the IMarEST's Offshore Renewables Special Interest Group (SIG), the guide highlights the…
IMarEST TV recording of the 20 July 2017 technical lecture presented by Kate Harvey, General Manager, Global Offshore Wind Health and Safety Organisation to the Offshore Renewables Special Interest Group held at IMarEST HQ. Watch Now (IMarEST Members only) Abstract…