Tune in to our FREE virtual US Offshore Wind ConfEx where you will learn everything there is to know about US offshore wind. From financing, permitting, supply chain development, transmission planning, construction and installation, floating wind, regulatory updates, project case studies and many more topics - we have it covered!
Virtual networking and supply chain partnering is at the heart of this virtual event. It's where the early commercial relationships are forged among investors developers, manufacturers, ports, transmission operators and the supply chain. Competition is fierce and only the early movers will reap the most reward. Just one offshore wind project can provide multiple multi-million-dollar contracts to develop port infrastructure, transmission and offshore wind arrays, stimulating the rapid expansion of an entirely new offshore wind value chain.
Sven Utermöhlen COO Offshore/New Markets, Member of the Board RWE Renewables International
Grzegorz Gorski Managing Director, Offshore Wind Engie
Thomas Amis Chairman and Partner Amis, Patel & Brewer, LLP
Louise Pesce Managing Director, Project Finance MUFG
Jonathan Cole Managing Director Iberdrola Renewables Offshore
Alicia Barton CEO NYSERDA
Walter Cruickshank Deputy Director & Acting Director Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
John Lavelle CEO, Offshore Wind GE Renewable Energy
Suzanne Glatz Director - Infrastructure Planning PJM
Lars Thaaning Pedersen CEO Vineyard Wind
|How to develop successful projects?||Project Updates & Pipeline||Reliable Project Execution||Grid Connection Optimization||Leasing Activity & Procurement Processes||Securing Permits (local, federal and state)||Financing, Partnering & Risk||Construction & Installation|
|How to build a US Offshore Wind industry?||Federal and State Regulatory Updates||Regional Market Development||Economic Benefits and Job Creation||Tax Credits and Incentives||Sharing the Ocean||R&D Initiatives||LCOE Reduction|
|How to Build the supply chain?||Supply Chain Opportunities||Regional Supply Chain Development||Local Content Planning||Workforce Skills & Development||Transmission & Distribution||Marine Logistics & Vessel Capabilities||Ports & Assembly|
|How to choose the right technology?||Fixed Foundations Options||Floating Wind Systems (economic and engineering)||Vessel, Barges & CTVs||
|How to contract in the supply chain?||Meet the Buyer Sessions||Contracting in US Offshore Wind||Understand the Layers of the Supply Chain||WindLink Supply Chain Matchmaking Service||Partnering & Joint Venture Opportunities||Training & Safety Requirements||Infrastructure Assessments|
Market Structure and Evolution Listen to C-level offshore wind leaders answer the big questions about how the US offshore wind market going to shake out in terms of market structure; the road to <10 cents kWh; and funding structures unique to US offshore wind. Register now
US Offshore Wind Project Development Pipeline Analyze the US offshore wind development pipeline in a series of state by state panel discussions, providing you with up-to-date information about Wind Energy Areas, state plans and support mechanisms to help finance and develop new offshore wind projects. Register now
Project Planning & Execution for Commercial Deployment Hear the latest on FEDERAL offshore wind area lease planning activities; how to manage stakeholders and reduce time to permitting. Register now
Supply Chain, Infrastructure and Vessel Capabilities Learn how businesses and US states are taking steps to build the infrastructure & vessel capabilities to deliver reliable offshore wind projects.Register now
Cost Reduction Technology Roadmap Discover which technologies will be required deliver the US project pipeline, including wind turbines and fixed/floating foundations; and what role technologies will play in reducing project LCOE in the US. Register now
Commercializing Floating Wind Turbines Find out what technology and project developers are doing to commercialize floating turbines and the opportunities for floating project developments in the US. Key topics include The Business Case for Floating Turbines in the US, Regulatory Drivers, Qualifying Floating Technology, and Env. Impact Assessment. Register now
Opportunities for Oil and Gas Companies in the US Offshore Wind Supply Chain Plan to diversify into the offshore wind supply chain by joining the dedicated Supply Chain breakout session to review upcoming projects and commercial opportunities against your capabilities. You’ll learn about layers of the supply chain, where your company fits in and who your customers are. Register now
Sharing The Ocean Learn how to achieve multi-sectoral engagement so that conflicts can be understood, minimized and addressed and how synergies with other ocean users can be identified and optimized?
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