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New Reports on Norwegian Offshore Wind

Last year, the Federation of Norwegian Industries received 10 million NOK from the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to map the Norwegian delivery models for offshore wind. The reports are now ready!

The project "Delivery models for offshore wind" was completed on 15 June 2021, and aims to develop delivery models and work for increased feasibility to be able to expand offshore wind on a larger scale on the Norwegian shelf, and at the same time increase the competitiveness of the international company. The project provides recommendations for how supplier companies can obtain contracts and market shares in offshore wind.

To ensure competitiveness vis-à-vis the many strong and established foreign supply chains and delivery models, industrial cooperation will be based on good experiences from the Norwegian continental shelf. The starting point is models for developments on the Norwegian shelf, which in recent years have contributed to a high Norwegian share of deliveries, cost-effective implementation models and successful project implementation.

The results from the project is now available in the following reports (in Norwegian only):

Cluster Contributions

A working group for Technology and Products was established to map Norwegian technology and products that can be included in deliveries to the offshore wind industry. Both floating offshore wind and fixed bottom turbines as well as technology, products and services that exist and those that are being developed. The results are presented in this sub-report:

Read sub-report on Technology and Products

An important part of the work was retrieving data from a survey that was sent out and answered by partners and members from the Federation of Norwegian Industries (Norsk Industri), the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association (Rederiforbundet), NORWEP, Norwegian Offshore Wind Cluster, the Oil and Gas Cluster Helgeland, Energy Valley, GCE Node and GCE Ocean Technology.

Kai Stoltz, Business Development Manager in GCE Ocean Technology represented the cluster in the working group which was headed by Karoline Sjøen from Norwegian Offshore Wind Cluster.

The goal of the groups work has been that the sub-report can be used as an overview for authorities, developers and others with a need to learn more about Norwegian companies' position and possible deliveries.

Contact Information

Kai Stoltz

Business Development Manager

Kai Stoltz