The third Energy & Transport Summit marked the launch of the new brand, Panticon of which Thomas Poulsen is managing partner. The conference was the final conference of the Global Wind Energy Shipping and Logistics PhD research project.
Today, Thomas Poulsen successfully defended his PhD. The PhD defense took place at Danish utility and global offshore wind energy market leader, Ørsted. The PhD thesis is now available for free download.
A country with a strong global oil & gas footprint had identified an emerging industry with many perceived synergies. Two government supported business promotion organizations wanted help with the crafting of a report that would compare and contrast the country’s supply chain with that of a neighbouring country. The goal was for the nation’s supply chain to partner with that of the neighbouring country in areas where synergies existed.
A paper about strategic mangement and M&As in the setting of the Chinese offshore wind industry is now available.
PhD Output: Is the supply chain ready for the green transformation? The case of offshore wind logistics
Thomas Poulsen’s new paper about the green transformation and offshore wind logistics is now available.
PhD Output: The Role of Logistics in Practical Levelized Cost of Energy Reduction Implementation and Government Sponsored Cost Reduction Studies
A recently published paper discusses cost reduction initiatives in the offshore wind energy sector. The paper is a part of Thomas Poulsen’s PhD research.
A journal article, co-authored by Thomas Poulsen is named in top 10 of published articles from 2016 by MDPI.
The key conclusions of an academic journal co-authored by Thomas Poulsen is presented by DTU and Energy Supply.
Thomas Poulsen contributes knowledge of innovation and wind energy transportation to multiple publications.
In the continued quest for cost reductions in the maritime sector, Thomas Poulsen provides his expert perspective.