International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum
April 19, 2017 - April 21, 2017| $1295
Chris Willow will be speaking at the International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum in Annapolis, Maryland in April.
As well as meeting key stakeholders in the US offshore wind supply chain, Chris will also be delivering two presentations. At 3:50pm on Thursday 20 April, he’ll be delivering insight into O&M port as part of the onshore wind support types, construction and operations work stream. On Friday 21 April at 10am, he’ll be letting delegates know all about industry diversification and skill sets to support OSW during the diversification: different industries find commonality in the offshore wind sector session.
The International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum is the premier technical conference for offshore wind in the United States dedicated to moving the industry forward. It aims to demonstrate that offshore wind can bring new revenue streams and thousands of jobs to the United States. Delegates attending the International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum get the opportunity to network with the industry’s leading global experts, generate new business opportunities, strengthen the US offshore wind supply chain and directly shape the industry. The theme of the conference is ‘Let’s work together to keep moving this new U.S. industry forward’. More than 450 delegates from 266 countries are expected at the event, 91% of whom are senior management or executive level decision makers.