Floating Offshore Wind
Floating Offshore Wind
12 - 13 October 2022, Aberdeen
The winds of changes are picking up
The potential of floating offshore wind to support the global journey to net zero is fast being realised. The industry is currently tasked with accelerating growth within the sector and seizing new opportunities to expand ideas and bring projects to life. Obstacles still lay ahead, but with close collaboration and continued innovation, we can meet the targeted 5GW of floating offshore wind capacity by 2030. To be part of the important conversations and to gain valuable market insights, don’t miss Floating Offshore Wind (FOW) Conference & Exhibition, brought to you by RenewableUK and Scottish Renewables!
To be held on 12-13 October 2022 at P&J Live in Aberdeen, FOW will deliver a comprehensive programme exploring all areas of the industry. From the Ministerial address to sessions presented by leading experts across the sector, the spotlight will be on technical challenges and solutions, from investment and development of ports to innovative substructure design and manufacturing, mooring systems and O&M solutions.
A comprehensive programme
Invaluable for many across the sector, there will be an update on Scotwind projects and related supply chain commitments, with details shared regarding direct investment and predicted timelines. For even greater perspective, there will be a global overview and discussion surrounding how the UK might maintain its lead in the rapidly growing market worldwide. In a similar vein, there will be interesting insights into the Crown Estate Celtic Sea Leasing Round, including the latest forecasts and opportunities for the supply chain. Experts will share the holistic network design for the Celtic Sea project, as well as the Welsh government’s local ownership and community benefit policy.
Why attend FOW 2022?
Understand the importance of AR4, Scotwind and planned supply chain investment
Connect with 500+ floating wind experts in the SOLD OUT exhibition
Explore opportunities for collaboration between floating wind and oil & gas sectors
Access exclusive market intelligence reports and policy/guidance updates
In addition to the two main Floating Conference Streams, the SSE Renewables Theatre will cover floating offshore wind programme development, smart SME solutions for a growing FOW supply chain, 3D printed concrete anchor solutions, wind turbine platform designs and a possible CFD model for engineering design of floating offshore wind turbine foundations. There will also be sessions considering aerodynamics of floating wind platforms, cost-competitive green hydrogen production, unlocking resources with Power-to-X, transitioning oil and gas technology to floating offshore wind, bird deterrent systems, port readiness and so much more.
Plus, don’t forget that the Cables Conference will be running alongside all this as well. This dedicated event will explore a variety of topics that are important to the niche area of cabling within the offshore wind sector. Specialists from across the market will discuss the future subsea power cable market, cable design and requirements, understanding and preventing subsea cable losses, and dynamic cables for floating wind. There will also be plenty of chances to engage with the industry through workshops and panel discussions.
There will be hundreds of people from all corners of the floating offshore wind industry at FOW22, presenting a massive opportunity to network with others. Join the discussions, get your voice heard and make important connections for your future and that of the sector as a whole. Plus, it is never all work and no play – there will be plenty of social events to get involved with as well and enjoy some downtown with friends and colleagues.
Attend and gain access to all this and more from just £445!
This is a time of significant change for floating offshore wind in the UK and further afield. Make sure you’re at the cutting-edge, don't miss FOW 2022!
Floating Offshore Wind 2022
12 – 13 October
P&J Live, Aberdeen
RenewableUK and Scottish Renewables