Apollo’s Presence at All Energy 2024

The Apollo team standing at an exhibition stand at All Energy in Glasgow

Apollo are delighted to be exhibiting and speaking at this year’s All Energy, where the renewable and low-carbon community get together to discuss tomorrow’s energy landscape.

Held at the Glasgow SEC from May 15th to 16th, this event promises a platform for the latest technological breakthroughs and insights from industry leaders.

Exhibiting and Speaking

If you’re attending and would like to catch up with our team, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Nigel Robinson, David Stewart, Richard Dinsdale, and Scott Rosie.

Pop past and see us at Wave Energy Scotland‘s stand where we will be showcasing our PALM technology which is currently undergoing trials in Orkney.

Nigel Robinson will be taking the stage to share his insights during the “Renewable Energy Supply Chain Impact: A Snapshot” session on:

📅 Wednesday, May 15th
⏲️ 16:00 to 17:30

Nigel will also be providing a quick update on the current offshore trials of the PALM QCS in a theatre discussion run by Wave Energy Scotland.

📍 Marine Renewable Energy & Floating Offshore Wind Theatre
📅 Thursday, May 16th
⏲️ 11:20 to 12:30

Apollo's Expertise

The PALM QCS and The PALM Charger
At All Energy 2024 Apollo will showcase our PALM technology which enables developers a cost effective installation and tow to port strategies for their FLOW developments. Our team are actively developing a variant of PALM to enable offshore charging of electrically powered O&M vessels for FLOW projects. Come and talk to us on to learn more and see a working model.

Tow to Port
In collaboration with ORE Catapult, Global Energy Group, and Alex MacPhie Partners, we’re addressing the technical challenges of towing Floating Offshore Wind Turbines (FOWTs) for maintenance, reflecting our commitment to advancing offshore renewables. Our study forecasts significant demand for tow to port services in UK waters by 2035, revealing potential infrastructure bottlenecks and key enablers. Key technical challenges include preserving cables and moorings and maintaining electrical connectivity within turbine arrays. We’re also examining port service intricacies, aiming to facilitate the integration of cutting-edge technology. This collaborative effort underscores our proactive approach to shaping a sustainable future. For further details, please email renewables@apollo.engineer.

Gigawatt scale FOW transportation and installation
ORE Catapult sponsored Apollo and partners DOF Subsea to investigate gigawatt scale transportation and installation of FOW moorings and cables. The study explores how these systems are likely to be deployed at scale, using today’s technologies, before looking to emerging future solutions. Detailed methodologies are prepared for a use case based in the North Sea and DOF Subsea’s state of the art fleet. Installation schedules are compiled, with consideration of fleet challenges and bottlenecks. The potential of alternative methods such as taut leg moorings, shared suction anchors, quick connect systems and subsea hubs is explored. This body of work is nearing completion and will provide an essential benchmark for FOW developers preparing for installation operations and a useful resource for the Celtic Sea.

Owners engineer and ocean engineering
As a leading marine renewables engineering advisory, Apollo has extensive expertise in owners engineering and offshore technology. Visit our team at All Energy to discuss your engineering challenges. Whether you’re navigating product development hurdles or tackling array scale installations, Apollo can provide your project or team with the engineering skills required to enable project success.

Contact Us

For more information about our initiatives and to discuss how we could support you please email renewables@apollo.engineer