Join the journey of Sørlige Nordsjø 2
Aker Offshore Wind, Statkraft and BP have joined forces to develop offshore wind in the North Sea, and challenge the industry to contribute with good and smart solutions through their supplier collaboration portal.
The partners’ common vision for Sørlige Nordsjø 2, is to use their scale, expertise and technology to build an exciting new industry in Norway – providing reliable, renewable power.
A meeting between representatives from the partners and suppliers came about during a delegation trip organised by Norwegian Energy Partners and GCE Ocean Technology to the Global Offshore Wind (GOW) Conference in Manchester in June.
Challenges to the industry
The heart of the Sørlige Nordsjø 2 project is the suppliers, according to the partners – who are seeking entrepreneurial thoughts from the supplier industry about how they can contribute with finding innovative solutions to the following questions:
- How to find good and smart solutions for reducing emissions and costs?
- How to deliver and take larger shares in the value chain for offshore wind?
- What does the supplier industry think should be done and where should Norwegian suppliers position themselves in the value chain for offshore wind in the future?
Suppliers can send their suggestions to by filling out the Supplier Collaboration Questionnaire.
Read the presenation from Aker Offshore Wind and other presentation that were held by the partners during our delegation trip to GOW 2022 at our Member Area (access only for members of GCE Ocean Technology).
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.
In June GCE Ocean Technology, Norwegian Energy Partners and innovation Norway led a Norwegian delegation to the conference and exhibition where we met with major developers and construction companies with a UK project scope.
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