Webinar: Renewable Energy

Wednesday, 09 March 2022
9:30 am – 10:30 am (UK time)
    • Paul McGonagle, CEng, MIET, Rimkus Consulting Ltd


The growth of renewable energy and the challenges for the energy industry are an increasing demand, especially with respect to claims management and preventative measures. This presentation examines the risk evaluation of renewables to better enable the participants’ understanding. The presentation features interactive elements, a question-and-answer session, and real-life case study examples with digital footage.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this session delegates will have gained an insight into:

  • Understand that International standards and local regulations need to keep up with the latest developments and advancements
  • Understand how risk can be minimised by good system design, component selection and sound installation practices
  • Understanding the trends in losses observed in renewables and how these can be mitigated

Speaker Biography


Paul McGonagle, CEng, MIET, Rimkus Consulting Ltd

A Chartered Electrical Engineer with over 30 years’ industry experience. Paul returned to higher education in 1994 and graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in 1998. Having completed an accredited professional development scheme with National Air Traffic Services, he was incorporated by the Institute of Engineering and Technology in 2002.

His work has involved technical due diligence, report writing, and working closely with the legal, regulatory and insurance sectors to ensure standards
of workmanship and equipment are fit for purpose in this industry. The work has also included plant and equipment damage evaluations, lighting and surge inspections and the assessment and implementation of industry standards. Whilst working with the government on strategy and policy, Paul helped establish working groups to enable stakeholders to engage on a regular basis and shape the landscape of a rapidly changing industry.

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CII Accredited

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1 hour's CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.

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