A promising future awaits the offshore wind industry as long as we can tap potential opportunities amongst the challenges that lie ahead.
The agreements made during COP21 in 2015 provide support and encouragement to reach the hard targets ahead of these future projects. OWC will focus on business opportunities in this renewable energy industry and how, together, we can reach potential.
On 24 and 25 October 2016 the seventh edition of the Offshore WIND Conference will be held at the Amsterdam RAI, the Netherlands as part of the Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) on 25 and 26 October 2016.
New this year is that the Offshore WIND Conference will be held over two consecutive days to further strengthen the ties with OEEC. Next to that, delegates will be able to visit Offshore Energy, meet the industry’s players and attend the many networking opportunities.
The two days will cover four extensive sessions with leading experts from the industry discussing and presenting the global business opportunities. What is happening within the industry? Which interesting projects are applicable? Next to that, building on the experiences of others will play a prominent role in regards to the logistical process within the supply chain. How can the chain be organised in such a manner that the industry can work towards opportunities for the future?
The sessions will be presented as a mix of panel, presentations and speakers guided by the moderator to offer the delegates a worthwhile and engaging two days. Networking moments have also been implemented to ensure delegates can meet, do business and discuss the relevant opportunities.
More information on the Offshore WIND Conference can be found via www.offshoreWINDconference.biz. where the full programme will be uploaded in due course.