Today, collective floating projects represent less than 50MW; 2021 will see France issuing a 250MW tender; and by 2030, capacity is forecast to reach 12GW. Leading developers expound confident statements that the LCOE of floating projects will tumble rapidly. This internationally focused business event assembles developers, technology leaders, financiers, government agencies, and supply chain innovators to share insights on how floating will achieve commercial scale.
Six hundred offshore wind leaders will gather in London this November for an intimate event that specialises in learning and networking; The 10th Annual Offshore Wind Conference, co-located with the Floating Wind Conference and the International Tidal Energy will take place on the 11th-12th November, Canary Warf Hilton, London.
The two-day agenda provides leading insights for developers and supply chain companies looking to exploit the abundant opportunities presented as the floating offshore wind market moves towards commercial scale. We are not a trade show – we are an intimate networking event and guarantee 45% Developer/Operator attendance.
Europe’s Senior Offshore Wind Leader’s Meeting Point
Based on 80+ hours of first-hand research with industry experts, the 2019 agenda is designed to help you:
- Roadmap the Rout to Market
Learn what key steps floating wind is making to reach commercial scale operations. Understand the timeframe for development that will enable you to strategically plan for your future floating energy generation operations
- Locating Projects for Commercial Scale Deployment
Understand where government and supply chain conditions are favourable to enable developers to transition to commercial scale projects; Europe vs Asia
- Lessons Learned from Current Projects
Hear developer led case studies on how they are tackling the key challenges involved in floating offshore wind. Hear from operations focused teams on what risks are being addressed for future development
- Design for Operations at Scale
Hear case studies showcasing the latest advances in floating wind technology design including new and improved platforms, moorings, cabling and built to float turbines. Utilise and adapt using the lessons learned from existing marine, Oil & Gas and defence industries
- Secure Finance and Lower Risk
Hear from financial backers and insurance firms on the business case proposals that will help you secure 3rd party finance for development of new technologies