Global Offshore Wind 2015
Global Offshore Wind 2015 will take place from 24 to 25 June 2015 in London UK.
RenewableUK presents the association’s 14th annual offshore wind energy conference and exhibition.
The UK has an active, well established, local offshore wind industry, complemented by strong involvement from key international players.
Attendees at Global Offshore Wind 2015 will have the opportunity to learn from conference content especially crafted to plug into the UK’s world leading industry expertise, products, services and investment potential.
The exhibition showcases 200 + high quality exhibitors including manufacturers, developers, service suppliers, consultancies, government agencies, national pavilions and other specialist services.
The conference programme includes over 100 expert speakers on offshore technical expertise, latest innovations, policy experience and leadership.
The UK’s installed offshore wind capacity is greater than the rest of the world’s combined. Emerging markets will also showcase their strengths and opportunities.
Global Offshore Wind 2015 is an opportunity to learn about the offshore wind industry, and for exhibitors to promote their capabilities.
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Conference Programme Includes:
‘Around the World in 80 Minutes: Global Market Updates’
Representatives from key global offshore wind markets give policy and project updates alongside analysis of consenting and funding models...
‘Offshore Wind in a Competitive Market: Securing a 2030 Trajectory’
This debate will feature industry representatives at the highest level hash out the post-2020 future of offshore wind in a competitive market.
‘The Need for Wind! Key Policies for Continued Growth’
With a new UK Minister and Secretary of State having been appointed only a matter of weeks ago, what are the key asks of the offshore wind sector in the UK?
‘Operations and Maintenance: Collaboration and Competition to ensure Lowest Cost’
How can operational expenditure (OPEX) contribute to the overall lowering of the Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) in offshore wind?
‘Construction Lessons Learnt’
Global experience of offshore wind construction; good practice and lessons learnt.
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