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Offshore Wind Europe Agenda

27th November 2018: DAY 1 CONFERENCE PROGRAM

08:30-09:00 Offshore Wind: The Coming of Age?
  • Debate the progress of the offshore wind industry, within a wider market reality, and it will become the backbone to the future global energy supply
  • Engage with pioneering offshore wind leaders and hear their thoughts on the transition from CFDs to PPAs and how you can apply this to your business model
  • Hear how the demands of tendering bodies have shifted and the most effective ways to comply with them

GE Capital Moderator: Bruce Valpy Managing Director BVG Associates

Paul Hennemeyer Managing Director GE Capital

US Wind Inc. Paolo Sammartino Executive Vice President US Wind Inc.

Parkwind Pieter Marinus General Counsel & Investment Relations Director Parkwind

EDP Renewables JoĂŁo Paulo Costeira Chief Development Officer & Chief Operating Officer - Offshore EDP Renewables

World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) Mariana Heinrich Manager, Climate & Energy World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)

09:00-09:40 The Developer Perspective: What is the deal with Zero Subsidy?
  • Debate the rationale for zero subsidy bids and understand the implications of moving from feed in tariffs to a pure merchant market
  • Learn how industry leading developers have bid at zero subsidy, and why they chose now to do so
  • Discover what developing at zero subsidy means, and how to insulate yourself against risk while maximising opportunity

Bundesverband der Windparkbetreiber Offshore Moderator: Uwe Knickrehm Geschäftsführer / Managing Director Bundesverband der Windparkbetreiber Offshore

PĂĄl Coldevin Head of New Energy Project Development Equinor

Vattenfall Danielle Lane Director - Offshore Wind Portfolios and Transactions Vattenfall

Innogy Bart Oberink Head of Bid Management Innogy

Arjan Donker Head of Asset Management and Operations - Offshore Wind Eneco

EnBW Holger Grubel Head Of Portfolio Development Offshore Wind EnBW

09:40-10:00 Operations & Maintenance After Zero Subsidy
  • Understand the unique opportunities to increase profits during the operations phase of a zero-subsidy project and ensure that margins do not suffer in an era of new financial dynamics
  • Identify where cost be stripped without removing efficiency, which pre-build expenditures can be made to ensure long term profits, and what considerations will need to be made to protect the viability of bigger and better turbines

Friedrich von Storch Senior Operations Manager Offshore, EnBW

10:00-10:30 The Financing Perspective: Investment at Grid Parity
  • Consider the future of an industry that may not rely on government subsidies and the investment opportunities that will take their place
  • Gain an understanding of the obligations and demands that will be required to secure future financial agreements
  • Awaken yourself to the pros and cons of an industry where conventional financing models will soon be outdated and where new models will require new skills and tools

K2 Consulting Moderator: Per Regnarsson Associate Partner K2 Management A/S

Amsterdam Capital Partners Jan-Peter Elffers Co-Founder, Amsterdam Capital Partners

Macquarie Nischal Agarwal Managing Director, Green Investment Group (Macquarie Group)

ABN AMRO Lisa Mcdermott Executive Director - Renewables and Project Financing, ABN AMRO

NERA Daniel Radov Director, NERA Economic Consulting

11:00-11:30 Emerging Markets; Lessons, Risks & Prices
  • A summary of emerging markets in Asia Pacific, India to North America to the Mediterranean and why local, country and site risks must not be taken lightly
  • Explore OWC's experience in Taiwan on early stage projects and what lessons have been learned
  • What lessons can we bring from experiences in Europe and how must they be tempered for emerging markets?
  • Price trends - what can we expect from the first projects in a new market?

Offshore Wind Consultants Limited John MacAskill Director Offshore Wind Consultants Limited

11:30-12:10 New Frontiers - Where do we go from here?
  • Look at new opportunities outside of Europe’s conventional markets and where the famous "EU learning curve" is applicable in terms development skills vs. where we need to observe and learn all over again
  • Hear about the latest pipeline of global projects and how to reach operational efficiency quickly, from a business and operational point of view
  • Discuss the creation of local supply chains in these new markets and what you need to do to capitalise on these opportunities

Moderator: Michael van der Heijden Managing Director Amsterdam Capital Partners

Renewable Resources International LLC Søren Lassen Lead Offshore Wind Analyst Wood Mackenzie A/S

Andy Geissbuehler Managing Partner Renewable Resources International and Advisory Director BVG Associates

Nigel Slater Managing Director, Development – Europe Northland Power Development Services Inc.

Natixis Corporate & Investment Bank Ranjan Moulik Managing Director, Power & Renewables Industry Group, Real Assets Natixis Corporate & Investment Bank

12:50-13:30 Lunch Workshop: Challenges for offshore wind farm decommissioning - Government and Industry perspectives
  • Why we need to plan for decommissioning now
  • Cost drivers and opportunities for cost reduction
  • Building flexibility for end of life asset management - repowering and phased decommissioning

Beis Mandy King Environment and Decommissioning Energy Infrastructure Planning Team Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

Arup Jacob Ahlqvist Senior Consultant Arup

14:00-14:20 Haliade-X, shaping the future
  • Hear about the first offshore wind turbine – 12MW - and how it would contribute to reduce LCoE
  • How GE Renewable Energy and its partnership with ORE Catapult will support driving down cost of operations and improve safety
  • Hear about opportunities for UK supply chain to be part of the first 10+ MW offshore wind turbine

Vincent Schellings General Manager Engineering & Product Management - Offshore Wind GE

14:20-14:40 Turbines - Speedy Installation
  • Maintain installation standards as we transition to larger turbine models so that when your projects increase in size you have the facilities and staff in place to support them
  • Consider how the 24-hour target was achieved at the current scale, and what kind of practices will be necessary to maintain or improve upon this benchmark

Siemens Gamesa Jon Lerche Senior Lean Project Manager Siemens Gamesa

14:40-15:10 Bigger Foundations
  • How to deliver projects that are larger, deeper and fixed further from shore
  • Discover the materials and manufacturing standards that will allow you to delve deeper without sacrificing platform performance
  • Projections and predictions of the unique challenges presented by moving further from shore and ensure that you are prepared for every difference in environmental dynamic

The Carbon Trust Moderator: Michael Stephenson Offshore Wind Associate The Carbon Trust

Ian Taylor UK Area Representative GeoSea / DEME

Javier Nieto Offshore Division Manager Esteyco

Ioannis Lessis Wind Team Leader Mott MacDonald

15:10-15:30 Stepping Up to 66kv Cabling/East Anglia One
  • Understand the right time to make the transition to 66kv subsea cabling, when the rewards of increased power transmission and reduced physical assets will be unlocked
  • Gain perspective on the benefits and challenges that you will experience by introducing this technology to your future projects
  • Consider the standards which will be applied to 66kv as the industry increases its understanding of the technology, placing yourself well ahead of the pack

JDR Cable Systems James Young Chief Technology Officer JDR Cable Systems

16:00-16:30 Vessels - Upgrading & Globalising
  • Ensure that marine logistic solutions are comprehensively evaluated to maximize predictability from construction to decommission, optimizing cost and reducing risk
  • As turbines and farms swell in size, and operations are performed further from shore - evaluate whether to upgrade existing fleet, acquire new vessels or innovate new solutions, without sacrificing efficiency for cost savings
  • Prepare for the implementation of advanced contracting models and smart systems which will allow vessels to better coordinate and communicate, enabling to perform at speed and minimal downtime
  • Globalising vessels - compare marine logistic strategies in the US, Taiwan and other markets and how this may impact the development of new vessels

Moderator: Andy Geissbuehler Managing Partnerand Advisory Director BVG Associates / Renewable Resources International

Ioannis Lessis Wind Team Leader Mott MacDonald

Dolf Elsevier van Griethuysen Business Development Van Oord

Are Soereng VP Sales & Marketing Umoe Mandal AS

16:30-16:50 Value added through Contract Management to an Offshore Wind Project - A developer’s perspective
  • Interfaces and multiple contracts
  • Long-term planning
  • Organisational risks
  • Risk mitigation

vejamate Ilona NĂ©meth-Kiss Contract Manager Veja Mate Offshore Project GmbH

16:50-17:30 Scaling Up - What does this mean for the Supply Chain?
  • Introduce yourself to the new requirements that will come with escalation. Come to terms with how increases in scale will affect the relationship between developers and their supply chain
  • Understand the standards being considered from heads of procurement for use on bigger blades & bases, preparing you to plan projects without concern for financial insecurity

BVG Associates Moderator: Bruce Valpy Managing Director BVG Associates

EDP Renewables Javier Torrijos Cuesta UK Offshore Wind Supply Chain Manager EDP Renewables

Jonathan Wheatley UK Representative Deme Group

James Cotter Project Asset Manager Shell New Energies

19:30 Offshore Wind Leader’s Private Dinner (Invitation only)
  • This is an invitation-only private dinner meeting for c-suite / high-level executive offshore wind leaders to discuss the expansion of European offshore wind and new opportunities in other markets, and to allow the fruitful exchange of plans and ideas over a gourmet 3-course meal.

* 30 spaces available - invitation to be sent out by New Energy Update week commencing 29th October
Location - Novotel London West - evening of 27 November 2018

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28th November 2018: DAY 2 CONFERENCE PROGRAM

08:30-08:50 O&M Innovation Demonstration
  • ORE Catapult have world class facilities for demonstrating innovative O&M solutions, including a 7MW R&D turbine. Investigate the results of successful demonstration projects and explore the potential these solutions harbour for operating and planned projects alike
  • Evaluate the technical and commercial benefits of high potential O&M innovations, allowing you to pinpoint the most fiscally fortuitous time to make the move to machines

ORE Catapult Andrew Kay Operations & Maintenance Manager ORE Catapult

08:50-09:20 Blades - Maintenance
  • Hear the common issues which cause turbines to decay. As your turbines age make sure that they are not degrading any faster than they must, maintaining the highest possible productivity
  • Leading edge erosion is one of the leading causes of turbine productivity loss. Discover the most effective ways to mitigate any further damage to operational assets

8.2 Aarufield Andrew Bellamy Co-Founder and Director 8.2 Aarufield

Eneco Ina Barge - Lincklaen ArriënsAsset Manager Offshore Wind Eneco

Ed Hall Senior Asset Integrity Engineer London Array Limited

09:20-09:50 Wind Turbine Gearbox Remaining Useful Lifetime and Early Failure Detection
  • Digital Twin
  • Neural Network

Siemens PLM Wim Hendricx Simcenter Engineering Business Developer Energy Sector Siemens PLM

09:50-10:10 Transformation of Offshore O&M - the Romeo Project
  • Hear how to increase reliability and decrease downtime of legacy offshore wind projects through effective O&M and Monitoring techniques
  • With results from the ROMEO project, one year on from its launch, understand how this project is transforming O&M procedures

Iberdrola Cesar Yanes Baonza Team Manager - Technology and Sustainability Department, Project Director - Romeo Project Iberdrola

Scottish Power Renewables Robert Jones Lead Asset Performance Analysis Engineer Scottish Power Renewables

10:40-11:00 Gemini - 2 years of far offshore wind experience
  • Operations and Maintenance
  • Logistics
  • Asset Optimization (“from wind to cash”)

Gemini Wind Park Bart Hoefakker Chief Executive Officer Gemini Wind Park

11:00-11:30 Data as a passport to better operations
  • Hear Lloyds Register’s analysis on how to provide value from acquiring, storing, visualising and predicting data

Lloyds Register Richard Orren VP, Survey & GeoEngineering Lloyds Register

Lloyds Register Rebecca Sykes Technology Innovation Leader, Data & Digital Lloyds Register

11:30-12:30 Offshore O&M Innovation Sessions
11:30-12:30 (for following three sessions)
Software for Operations and Maintenance
  • How can software reduce the LCOE by joining the systems for planning, operations and execution with suppliers and clients
  • Explore a central data repository that reports on specific wind farm KPI’s, across the supply chain also improves the efficiency and safety of a wind farm
  • See how transforming technologies can analyse stored data to create valuable insight on your behalf

Renewable Strategy Limited Elias Dencker Managing Director Renewable Strategy Limited

Power curve verification procedure beyond the actual IEC standard
  • Measure and subsequently monitor the power curves / performance on each turbine in a wind farm instead of selecting a representative one
  • Make the power curve / performance measurements comparable to each other, to reference measurements as well as over the whole life time
  • Detect real underperformers and exclude false positives indicated by the SCADA system

Romo Wind Karl Fatrdla Head of Business Development Romo Wind

Protecting Subsea Cables with Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) Fibre Optic Technology
  • The threats to cable integrity that DAS can detect
  • How DAS is used to monitor and detect imminent failures, and raise alarms
  • The economic case to use DAS technology

Fotech Solutions Stuart Large Sales & Product Line Director Fotech Solutions

12:30-13:00 Battery Storage and Offshore Wind?
  • Understand, from Equinor’s perspective, why Batwind storage was added as a pilot project to Hywind wind farm and hear the challenges faced with this to date
  • Delve into how battery technology is already being integrated in offshore wind and what technologies are coming into the market, and what more we can expect over the next 5 years
  • Get a candid review of the background to policy and regulation with energy storage + renewables and what ongoing changes you can expect in that space

Eversheds Sutherland Moderator: Richard Streeter Partner, Clean Energy Eversheds Sutherland

Jon Barratt Nysæther Leading Engineer Equinor Hywind Development

Marcus Saul Senior European Sales Manager Aggreko

Frank Gordon Policy Manager REA

14:30-14:50 Software & Systems Transformation
  • This session will alert you to available software that will drastically reduce your overhead and lower LCOE from pre-build to life-long operations
  • From weather condition testing on upcoming builds, to predictive 3-D modelling and digital twin turbines, pin-point the projects that will deliver the most real-world savings to you

Ramboll Ursula Smolka Senior Engineer Ramboll

14:50-15:10 Extracting Value from Performance Data
  • Access to SCADA information is not new but the parameters and volume of available data are growing exponentially.  During operations, performance data can be combined with analytics to feed reliability centred maintenance and servicing strategies to minimise unplanned downtime and enhance equipment reliability
  • In this presentation we will discuss how these performance datasets can be integrated with other data streams and utilised smartly to ensure these resources can value by driving O&M decision making

Natural Power Lauren Wheatley Director of Advisory and Analytics Natural Power

SeaRoc Steve Pears Managing Director SeaRoc

15:10-15:30 Subsea Power Cable Asset Management
  • Understand the challenges that need to be overcome to maximise asset energy yield while minimising transmission risks and service interruptions 
  • Drawing parallels from the telecommunications sector, see how "club" arrangements have led to efficiencies for asset owners
  • See what proactive, cost-effective tools are available to maximise energy yields over the lifetime of an asset

Global Marine Ian Bryan Managing Director Group Business Operations Global Marine Group

15:30-15:50 Subsea Array Cabling Loss Prevention
  • With 4 UK array cable failures last year costing ÂŁmillions in outage and repair, hear what new protection and responses are needed, particularly as the industry moves to 66kv cables
  • Hear how existing technology has troubles in offering differential protection seen in HV transmission systems 
  • Understand how small, fast and long range technology can provide Protection Class performance, automating fault response and significantly reducing outage loss and repair cost

Synaptec Saul Matthews Head of Business Development Synaptec

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Floating Offshore Wind Agenda

27th November 2018: DAY 1 CONFERENCE PROGRAM

08:45-09:00 Global Market Overview

The Carbon Trust Rhodri James Manager of Policy and Innovation The Carbon Trust

09:00-09:50 Panel Discussion: Floating Wind Roadmap & Hotspots
  • Hear a comprehensive status overview of current floating wind projects and evaluate the best time to move on the technology yourself
  • Gain an insight into which governments (both in Europe and worldwide) are gearing up to support the floating wind industry
  • Discover where the greatest potential for the technology lies, and the infrastructural demands that will have to be instituted in order for your company to access it

The Carbon Trust Chair: Rhodri James Manager of Policy and Innovation The Carbon Trust

Ideol Bruno Geschier Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Ideol

Principle Power Guillaume Ardoise Senior Manager for Development Principle Power

EnBw Hannah Konig Head of Wind and Maritime Technology EnBw

Equinor Arne Eik Leading Business Developer Floating Offshore Wind Equinor

Eolfi Alain Delsupexhe CEO Eolfi

09:50-10.00 Policy & Regulation Update

Bruno Geschier Chairman WindEurope’s Floating Taskforce

10.00-10:15 Challenges for Japanese Floating Offshore Wind Power Projects - Energy Policy Perspective

Yuichiro Yamaguchi Head of Renewable Energy Finance Team Development Bank of Japan

10.15-10:30 Asia Update

Derek Jamieson Development Director Macquarie Capital Korea Limited, Green Investment Group

11:00-11:40 Panel Discussion: The pathway to LCOE reduction and commercialisation of floating turbines
  • What are the key cost reduction drivers from where floating wind is today to first commercial projects?
  • What role do key stakeholders play - supply chain, project developers, financers, insurance, academia, governments?
  • What is the balance between public policy support and private sector action to achieve commercialisation of floating wind?

ORE Catapult Chair: Gavin Smart Head of Insights ORE Catapult

Green Giraffe Clement Weber Director Green Giraffe

Senvion Ranjit Mene Head of UK Offshore Sales Senvion

Subsea7 Alan Macleay Engineering Director Subsea7

Global Energy Group Stephen Thompson Business Development Director Renewables Global Energy Group

TRIDENT WINDS Alla Weinstein Chief Executive Officer Castle Wind

11:40-12:00 Infrastructure & logistics for large-scale floating wind farms

Roberto Longo Senior Consultant Naval Architect Longitude Consulting

12:00-12:20 Serial fabrication for large-scale floating wind farms

NAVANTIA Antonio Sánchez Pérez Head of Offshore Wind NAVANTIA

12:20-12:40 Operations & Maintenance
  • Lessons learned from Hywind Scotland’s first year of operation, including similarities and differences between floating and bottom fixed wind power

Equinor Halvor Hoen Hersleth Operational Manager Equinor

14:00-14:10 WindFloat Atlantic Portugal

José Pinheiro Project Director EDP Renewables

14:10-14:20 Hywind Tampen, Equinor

Equinor Arne Eik Leading Business Developer Floating Offshore Wind Equinor

14:20-14:30 Kincardine Floating Wind Project

Jaime Altolaguirre Managing Director Kincardine Offshore Windfarm Ltd

14:30-14:35 Les Ă©oliennes flottantes du Golfe du Lion [LEFGL] Consortium

Engie Jean-Mathieu Kolb Project Director - EFGL Pilot Floating Offshore Wind Project Engie

14:35-14:40 Les Ă©oliennes flottantes de Groix & Belle-ile

Eolfi Etienne Delcroix Commercial Director Eolfi

14:40-14:45 Les Ă©oliennes flottantes de Provence Grand Large [PGL] Offshore Wind Farm 

EDF Renouvelables Julien Simon Design Manager EDF Renouvelables

14:45-14:50 EolMED

Christian EGAL Chief Operating Officer Lucia Holding (Quadran Energy Marines)

14:50-15.30 Panel Discussion: Key Learnings from Project Developer Experiences So Far
  • Understand what worked well and what didn’t work well
  • Hear how project development teams might approach things differently next time and why
  • Get a view on how project development teams would approach large-scale commercial deployment, with what they have learnt to date

The Carbon Trust Chair: Rhodri James Manager of Policy and Innovation The Carbon Trust

Equinor Arne Eik Leading Business Developer Floating Offshore Wind Equinor

EDP Renewables José Pinheiro Project Director EDP Renewables

Engie Jean-Mathieu Kolb Project Director - EFGL Pilot Floating Offshore Wind Project Engie

EDF Renouvelables Julien Simon Design Manager EDF Renouvelables

Eolfi Etienne Delcroix Commercial Director Eolfi

Jaime Altolaguirre Managing Director Kincardine Offshore Windfarm Ltd

16:00-16:30 XCF: A unique floating wind turbine solution for tomorrow’s energy challenges
  • The construction of a performing wind floater using concrete
  • A simplified process for maintenance and monitoring
  • The modularity and flexibility benefits induced by this solution

Ceteal Pascal Heisel Structural engineer and R&D Manager Ceteal

16:30-17.00 Long term floating wind LCOE: Perspectives on competitiveness and feasibility
  • Explore the influence of key parameters on the LCOE of floating offshore wind, and what they mean for all floating wind platform designs
  • Understand how floating foundations will enable turbine upsizing in order to drive higher productivity
  • Explore which infrastructures can be adapted for industrialization and serial fabrication

EOLINK S.A.S. Marc Guyot Chief Executive Officer EOLINK S.A.S.

17:00-17:15 Industrialization of Floating Offshore Wind

Dominique Roddier Chief technology Officer Principle Power Inc

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28th November 2018: DAY 2 CONFERENCE PROGRAM

08:45-09:30 Panel Discussion: Floating Wind - Risk & Finance
  • Understand the position on the floating wind sector that European governments are taking and find out where future projects should turn for vital financing
  • Hear of the financial challenges experienced by first movers to ensure the same difficulties do not befall your future projects
  • Understand how certificators and risk analysts evaluate floating wind projects and avoid exposing your development to unnecessary disruption

Fresco Advisory Chair: Doreen Abeysundra Managing Director Fresco Advisory

Societe Generale Allan Baker Managing Director - Global Head of Power Societe Generale

DNV GL Magnus Ebbesen Senior Consultant DNV GL

Green Giraffe Clement Weber Director Green Giraffe

European Investment Bank Alessandro Boschi Head of Renewable Energy Division European Investment Bank

09:30-09:50 Floating and Fixed
  • Learn the major differences between fixed and floating wind and how to adopt the knowledge and skills from the more mature fixed sector
  • Hear the lessons learned from an electricity provider who has made the transition and inform your business strategy for the future

EDF Renouvelables Christine de Jouëtte PGL Project Director EDF Renouvelables

09:50-10:10 Offshore Installation: Operations

Tanguy Dennielou Business Developer Marine Renewable Energy Jifmar

10:40-11:10 Moorings Systems
  • Explore the current mooring system technologies for floating platforms and where there is room for future developments 
  • Understand the cost of mooring systems and cost of offshore installations, and where cost reductions can be achieved as we step into commercialisation
  • Look the mooring system supply chain management and logistics, volume effect, wind farm development cycle and also new materials, new technologies (inc. synthetic lines), and farm scale optimisations (shared mooring systems, etc.) from the mooring systems perspective
  • Understand mooring system reliability, monitoring, maintenance of the mooring systems (OPEX issues)

InterMoor Inc. Tom Fulton Chief Technology Officer InterMoor Inc.

Vryhof Senol Ozmutlu Projects Director Vryhof

11:10-11:40 Electrical Connection: Floating Substations

Dave Cole Project Solutions Manager KBR

Lionel JossĂ© Offshore Energy Business Unit Chantiers de l’Atlantique 

11:40-12:00 Electrical Connection: High Voltage Dynamic Cabling
  • Understand the advancement of “suitable” designs for the development of high voltage dynamic cables and when they could be ready for commercial deployment
  • Outline the monitoring and inspection requirements for commercial floating wind power projects that will impact on these cables

JDR Cable Systems James Young Chief Technology Officer JDR Cable Systems

12:00-12.30 Panel Discussion: Lessons Floating Wind Can Learn from Oil & Gas
  • Unlock the potential of floating wind by understanding the transferability of technology, practices and work-force from the Oil & Gas industry
  • Employ years of expertise by listening to established Oil & Gas insiders explain why and how they diversified into floating wind

ORE Catapult Chair: Gavin Smart Head of Insights ORE Catapult

Aker Solutions Dave Cole Project Solutions Manager KBR

Knut Vassbotn Head of Business Development Aker Solutions

Equinor Halvor Hoen Herselth Operational Manager - Hywind Equinor

14:00-14:30 Supply Chain & impact of innovation on LCOE cost reduction

Dr Kate Freeman Associate BVG Associates

14:30-15:00 Review of the Technical and Commercial Readiness of Different Floating Platform Concepts

Lloyds Register Mark Spring Principle Engineer Lloyds Register

15:00-15:45 Panel Discussion: Now & Next Generation Platforms
  • Compare the range of floating platform designs on the market right now and how they can be put to use for your project
  • From environmental suitability to risk profiles, the merits of industry-leading designs will be discussed at length to give you the same edge as the established competitors

Lloyds Register Chair: Mark Spring Principle Engineer Lloyds Register


Saitec Offshore David Carrascosa Francis Chief Technology Officer Saitec Offshore

Saitec Offshore Alex Raventos CEO & Co-founder X1 Wind

Ceteal Pascal Heisel Structural engineer and R&D Manager Ceteal


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2018 Sponsors & Exhibitors

Silver Sponsors

  • Lloyd’s Register

Bronze Sponsors

  • ORE
  • KWEA


  • ceteal
  • fotech
  • Romo Wind
  • RSL
  • Siemens PLM
  • Wise-Group


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  • Manor
  • reds
  • Touchwind
  • Wise-Group

Official Event Partner

  • Quest Floating Wind Energy

Media Partners

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  • GreenMatch
  • IJGlobal
  • InDepth Wind
  • Offshore Constuction
  • OffshoreWindbiz
  • ospr
  • Renewables-Now
  • renews
  • SCN
  • sparkspread
  • wavec
  • WMN