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Offshore Wind Connections Conference & Exhibition 2016

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11/05/2016 to 12/05/2016
The Spa, Bridlington
South Marine Drive
Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO15 3JH, UK
United Kingdom
54° 4' 37.3548" N, 0° 11' 59.154" W

OWC2016 is a 'must attend' event for all those interested in this growing market.

Attracting regional, national and international offshore wind delegates, the conference is on Thursday, May 12, at The Spa, Bridlington, with a pre-conference networking supper with RenewableUK on 11 May.

UK and international thought leaders and key industry figures will discuss recent industry developments and the increasingly positive outlook for the future.

Wind farm developers, owners, industry trade bodies and companies along the length of the offshore wind supply chain will be attending.

The focus of OWC2016 is on the Yorkshire and the Humber region, which is at the epicentre of the offshore wind industry, and where billions of pounds are being invested in offshore and onshore infrastructure.

Organised by Team Humber Marine Alliance (THMA) and supported by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, this is the perfect time and place to assess what our region has to offer.

Speakers and contributors so far from RenewableUK, ABP, MHI Vestas, GEV Windpower, DeepOcean, 3SUN Group, Triton Knoll (RWE & Statkraft), DONG Energy (Race Bank), Atkins Renewables, UKTI, Virginia Offshore Wind Coalition, Offshoreenergy.dk, WAB, Balfour Beatty, Humber LEP (National College for Wind Energy) 

Three of the UK’s largest wind farms and 80 per cent of all North Sea offshore wind farms are on our doorstep, while 60 per cent of the entire European offshore wind project to be built by 2020 are within 12 hours vessel steaming time.

OWC2016 is devoted to delivering business intelligence by creating opportunities for knowledge sharing and business networking throughout the day

Opportunity to attend the RenewableUK pre-conference networking reception on 11 May.