In-house Concepts in Wind Farm Operations

- Top Directors on how to Manage Profitability, Control and Risks - 30 to 31 of Oct, Madrid

Please complete the preparations found at the lower end of this page.


Iberdrola hosts the meeting at their Innovation & Training Campus. The meeting is held from Lunch-to-lunch meeting on the 30-31 of October. We are gathering the top directors developing in-house concepts for their wind farm operations and how they could better manage profitability, control and risks in collaboration.



In-house concepts include many possibilities, from excluding components from the LTSA to completely internalising O&M. In-house concepts allow you to become more profitable and gain better control. Still, it also means that you need to carry more risk. 

Owners who have this strategy immediately become more alone and have more use for collaboration with other wind asset owners having the same strategy.

The purpose is to learn from each other and to shape projects for common needs. When we find a common need, O2O WIND will draft a project, including the most appropriate person/consultant to lead it, launch it and follow up on the results.

Doing it in collaboration means that it is cheaper, faster and gives us more leverage.


The second meeting for this group

This is the second meeting in this ongoing initiative. The first one was held at Enel's facilities in Rome in June. Four projects were developed in Rome:
  • Developing ISP to increase competition, 
  • A spare part collaboration among wind asset owners
  • A centralized global database of suppliers in WIND O&M
  • Collaborate on technical documentation
  • Collaboration to achieve improved access to SCADA

Once you have booked, you will receive more detailed information on these initiatives.


Meeting facility:  Iberdrola Innovation & Training Campus

Iberdrola is inviting us to their Innovation & Training Campus. The Iberdrola Campus is a massive facility with a hotel, a museum, restaurants, sports facilities and any thinkable meeting facilities. 

Iberdrola Campus

The Iberdrola Campus and Madrid's international airport, Barajas, are both north of Madrid, and the journey in between is a 25-minute taxi ride. The address is Campus Iberdrola, N-I, KM33,5, 28750 San Agustín de Guadalix, Madrid. Further informative links: To find the parking when arriving by car, arriving from the airport, a map view and a Campus overview. The phone number for the Campus is +34 910 498 826.


Time schedule

 30th of October

  • 12:00 Javier Lopez Nieto and Álvaro Bassy from Iberdrola will meet us at the cafeteria/restaurant in section E2 of the Iberdrola Campus (Link to campus overview is seen above). The address for the Campus is found above. 
  • 13:00 Meeting starts at Iberdrola Campus section E2
  • 18:30 Meeting of day one ends
  • 20:30 Evening dinner at El Rincón de Jaén I. The restaurant is in the centre of Madrid as the Campus becomes less exciting in the evening.

31st  of October
  • 09:00 Meeting starts at Iberdrola Campus section E3.
  • 12:00 Meeting ends


Accommodation - Hotel NH Madrid Balboa


For accommodation, we suggest NH Madrid Balboa. They will keep the rooms for us until the 30th of September, so please book before this date. Booking link: https://www.nh-hotels.com/en/event/o2o-wind. The discounted price is 183 € and will be valid until the 30th of September. The address to the hotel is Núñez de Balboa, 112, 28006 Madrid España, and their phone number is +34 91 5630324


Evening dinner - El Rincón de Jaén I


We will enjoy the best of Andalusia and informal wind farm operation chats at El Rincón de Jaén I. Address and phone number: Calle de Don Ramón de la Cruz, 88, 28028 Madrid, +34 91 401 63 34. 


Fees and expenses
There is no fee for participating. Everyone covers their expenses for transportation, evening dinner and hotel. 


Form 1 - Participants

Please share the participants' contact information and food preferences below. You can submit this form now and form 2, with the challenges later.


Form 2 - Our agenda
Our agenda is the most genuine agenda we could have. Every challenge on the agenda is based on reel events experienced by an energy company operating wind turbines with the strategy to implement in-house concepts. Furthermore, all the people who have formulated these challenges will be found at our meeting: the top directors themselves. Avoid formulating grand and mighty challenges with the ambition to impress your peers. Maybe you will impress the less experienced people in the room, but you will have less input from the more experienced ones. An agenda with the initiatives from Rome is found at this link.

This is an invite-only event. We will not include participants through video links. Either you will be around the table at the Iberdrola Campus or not. It simply creates more valuable discussions.