HVDC projects by their nature are complex to execute. With a limited number of qualified global HVDC suppliers and a lack of experience on the owner side, many projects suffer challenges that can result in schedule delays and/or cost overruns.
The increasing application of HVDC has resulted in strains on the suppliers’ resources that place additional risk on project execution. Managing that risk requires knowing what to look for proactively, avoiding issues before they can negatively impact project execution.
In this new webinar, experts who have held key roles of responsibility in the successful completion of three major North American HVDC projects in the past five years will share their combined list of “lessons learned” that can be applied to future HVDC projects.
These lessons will cover the entire life cycle of project execution, including: