A research note from Make Consulting analyzes offshore O&M dynamics and trends. It forecasts out-of-warranty, offshore capacity and estimates the total market revenue potential. Furthermore, it highlights the respective business cases for in-house, outsourced and hybrid O&M models, outlines the key actors’ strategic priorities and estimates the impact of O&M optimization on LCOE development.
The firm says its key points include:
Off-warranty offshore wind O&M revenue opportunity expected to grow tenfold to 2025
Utility owners expected to increasingly pursue self-perform strategies to achieve cost out
12% offshore LCOE reduction to 2025 expected from reducing cost from unscheduled maintenance and related offshore logistics
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