NOF is attracting some of the biggest names in the offshore wind industry to North East England in December for a major conference that will shine a light on the major role the region is playing in the industry.
Offshore Wind North East, which takes place on 1st and 2nd December at the Beacon of Light in Sunderland, will host speakers from organisations including The Crown Estate, bp and the developers of the Dogger Bank Wind Farm, SSE Renewables and Equinor, and the Sofia Offshore Wind Farm, RWE.
Key areas of focus at the conference will be supply chain updates on the Dogger Bank Wind Farm and Sofia Wind Farm as well a briefing on the new Teesside Freeport, which will enhance trade and investment in the Tees Valley and support the region’s position in the offshore wind industry.
Offshore Wind North East, which is expected to attract more than 800 delegates, will also feature a discussion on the future of the advanced manufacturing of turbines, which will be supported by a presentation by GE Renewable Energy and its presence in the region that includes the plans for its major turbine blade manufacturing facility that will be built on Teesside.
Alongside the discussions and presentations, Offshore Wind North East will host an exhibition area featuring in excess of 130 companies active in the sector that will showcase their innovative products and services, alongside dedicated networking areas for delegates and speakers.
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