About This Webinar
Whether your asset management is insourced or contracted out, the issues are the same. Achieving regulatory compliance whilst pushing the production envelope polarises asset owners, operators and their supply chain.

Join our live session to learn about aligning these expectations in a way that they are not conflicting. Covering the 50-year life cycle; how to leverage from the CDM 2015 Regulations and the advantages and disadvantages of typical approaches to managing wind power assets, this webinar will undoubtedly refresh your thinking.

ARMSA Consulting and guest speaker Charley Rattan will be exploring the current and future challenges facing asset management within the Wind Energy Sector.

If you can't attend the live event, register anyway and we will send you the recording.
  • Introduction of Presenters
  • 50-Year Lifecycle Management of Wind Power Assets (15 mins)
  • Leveraging of CDM 2015 Regulations (15 mins)
  • The Three Potential Models for WTG Asset Management (15 mins)
  • Q&A session (10 mins)
Tanmeet Panesar
Consultant at ARMSA Consulting (Chair)
As a consultant, Tanmeet is actively involved in undertaking holistic diagnostics of client organisations. Her role focuses on supporting senior consultants in the design and implementation of improvement interventions in plant performance, process efficiency, people performance, assurance and management control and training and competence.
Rakesh Maharaj
Managing Director of ARMSA Consulting
Rakesh is an applied systems practitioner and management specialist. He specialises in effecting transformational change within high consequence businesses, typically within the energy and power sectors.

Rakesh advises on and offshore wind owner operators on alignment of commercial, contracting and regulatory compliance strategies across all phases of the lifecycle including construction, major component replacement campaigns, repowering and decommissioning.

He has over 12 years experience in supply chain optimisation within the renewables sector in multiple jurisdictions ranging from Brazil to Ukraine.

His primary interest is in designing high reliability organisations, safely and has used this skill in advising on and offshore clients manage transition and post warranty risks
Charley Rattan
Independent Renewable Energy Consultant
Passionate about renewable energy and respected as an industry professional, Charley is an independent renewable energy consultant and trainer with many years' senior level experience within the on and offshore wind energy industry.

Charley has previous experience working for organisations such as Shell, E.ON and SSE and has managed the Islay Offshore Wind Farm project. He is the former Risk Manager for the "Seagreen" offshore wind farm.

He has project managed the construction of a wind farm in Cornwall and led on the re-powering of the site.

Additionally, Charley has been Involved with specialist Asset Management modelling for Offshore Wind farms in France