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Join the Norwegian delegation to Global Offshore Wind 2022

21 - 22. June 2022

Manchester, UK

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21
Jun

Being a part of this delegation will be a unique opportunity to showcase your products and services directly to key decision-makers, potential clients and leading experts within offshore wind.

The Global Offshore Wind Conference and Exhibition (GOW22) is the largest dedicated offshore wind event in the UK, delivering insights from industry leaders and policy makers from around the globe.

Following the recent award of the ScotWind tender, which added 24.8GW into the UK project development pipeline of which ~15GW floating technology, this is an excellent time for Norwegian businesses to engage with key players in the UK Offshore Wind market.

Delegation programme

  • Networking reception hosted by the Norwegian Embassy, June 20 at 19.00
  • Business meetings with potential UK clients, June 21 & 22

Business meetings and deadlines

We are planning meetings with major developers and construction companies with a UK project scope, such as RWE, Vattenfall, Flotation Energy, SSE, Ocean Winds, BP, Ørsted and tier 1 suppliers.

If you wish to take part in these, please send your one-page Unique Value Proposition (UVP) to Mimi Cathrine Lie by June 6.

Participation and Costs

Please note that the registration fee is per company:

  • NORWEP & GCE Ocean Technology partners and members: 2000,- NOK per company
  • Non partners/members: 3500,- NOK per company

Please sign up the main contact, and contact Mimi Cathrine Lie to sign up additional company representatives.

The prices do not include conference passes or accommodation. NORWEP will be staying at the The Midland Hotel Manchester. This is also where the networking reception at the Norwegian Embassy will be held Monday 20 June at 19:00.

Conference venue: GOW22 will take place at Manchester Central.

Registration

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Why you should join us

The UK remains one of the most mature offshore wind markets globally with over 20GW operational or having secured a route to market through the CfD mechanism and under construction.

Following the recent award of the ScotWind tender, which added 24.8GW into the UK project development pipeline of which ~15GW floating technology, this is an excellent time for Norwegian businesses to engage with key players in the UK Offshore Wind market.

With over 7.4GW of consented projects looking to secure a CfD contract in the fourth CfD allocation round (AR4) expected to be announced in early July.