The 8th edition of FOWT Conference is co-organized by the excellency Sea Cluster Pôle Mer Méditerranée and the French Wind Energy association (FEE), initially scheduled for April 13 to 15, has been postponed to November 16 to 18, 2021.
Due to the covid-19 pandemic and its evolution across the world, the FOWT organizing committee has decided to postpone the 2021 edition, to November 16th to 18th. This new edition is will be held for the first time in Brittany, in the prestigious Palais du Grand Large in Saint-Malo and remotely, thus allowing simultaneous connections on the 5 continents, as in 2020.
Everything will be done to ensure that the entire international floating offshore wind community comes together under the best possible conditions to further accelerate the development of floating offshore wind power around the world and make this 2021 edition a success.
FOWT : FULL SPEED AHEAD : THEME OF THE 2021 EDITION
The plenary conferences (November 16 and 17, 2021) will focus on the theme “FOWT: full speed ahead”.
The latest feedback on experience of pre-commercial projects, the launch of calls for tenders and commercial projects and the dynamics of the sector at the global level will be shared during high-level plenary sessions, bringing together specialists from 30 countries. The industrialization of the sector and the achievement of price competitiveness are the main challenges of the emerging floating offshore wind sector, whose dynamism is undeniable at the global level. Once again this year, the integration of environmental issues through innovative solutions and multi-purpose will be valued in the program, the organization committee will announce details shortly.
MORE THAN EVER A PRIVILEGED INTERNATIONAL PLACE FOR BUSINESS AND PARTNERSHIPS
- An exhibition space for sponsors offering their products / services.
- Networking time arranged between conferences and during cocktails.
- Prequalified business meetings : A matchmaking platform to connect suppliers and top international buyers from pilot farms and future commercial parks.