These four UK seminars–two in England and one each in Wales and Scotland–are organised by the Crown Estate. For some members of the Ocean Technology Cluster these offshore wind-supply chain events may be of interest if you happen to be in Europe on the dates as listed below or for one of your local representatives or affiliates to attend. One of these seminars is being held taking during the All-Energy event this May in Aberdeen, Scotland.
This series of events will provide an overarching view of the UK’s offshore wind programme, delve into the specific details of individual projects and enable networking through supply chain themed seminars and exhibitions with the industry’s key players.For more information on each event please contact the conatact person associated with that event.
Wales, Llandudno – Thursday 10 May 2012
Contact: Della Pritchard, Welsh Government, della.pritchard@Wales.GSI.gov.uk
Northern Ireland, Belfast – Tuesday 15 May 2012
Contact: Sam Knox, Invest NI, firstname.lastname@example.org
England, Newcastle – Thursday 17 May 2012
Contact: Caroline Lofthouse, NOF Energy, CLofthouse@nofenergy.co.uk
Scotland, All Energy Day 2, Aberdeen – Thursday 24 May 2012
Contact: Linda Gosden, Scottish Enterprise, Linda.Gosden@scotent.co.uk
or Elain Cameron, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, email@example.com
England, Birmingham – Thursday 31 May 2012
Contact: Offshore Wind England, Rachel Hayes, firstname.lastname@example.org
The United Kingdom has a world leading offshore wind programme to 2020 and beyond creating a secure renewable energy industry. Already producing around 1.8GW and a pipeline of projects set to deliver over 8GW, there is real opportunity for investment and the creation of jobs.