Offshore Wind Forum UK/Ireland
SME w. negative Brexit impact: 19.000 DKK
SME standard: 30.000 DKK
Non-SME: 41.000 DKK
The price includes
- Participation in all four delegation visits including venues, catering, local transport and site visits
- Market insights and news updates
- Free participation in webinars.
Hence, accommodation and travel to the UK in relation to delegation visits are not included.
The fee to participate depends on whether your company qualifies as an SME, and whether you have been negatively impacted by Brexit as an SME. Please note that SME declarations must be signed and approved to be eligible for discount.
Available seatsThere are 20 available seats
LocationEvent 1: London Event 2: Scotland (Glasgow or Edinburgh) Event 3: England (specifics TBC) Event 4: London
- CNC Onsite A/S
- COWI A/S
- Dansk IngeniørService A/S
- K2 Management A/S
- Kanda ApS
- Liftra ApS
- Martin Bencher Group (Maersk)
- ProCon Wind Energy A/S
- Seasight Davits
- Semco Maritime A/S
- Shoreline Aps
- Øglænd System A/S
Danish Wind Export and the Embassy of Denmark in the United Kingdom would like to invite you to the Offshore Wind Forum, where we set focus on the opportunities within the UK and Ireland offshore wind and help you to enlarge your network and became part of the upcoming offshore and floating wind projects in the North Sea.
UK has the world’s largest project pipeline for offshore wind; with 12.7 GW operating and a 2030 target of 50 GW of which 5 GW floating, the UK is set to continue in a leadership position in offshore wind. The market is driven by a supportive environment for catalysing offshore wind growth, with strong government support, long-term plans, investment schemes and high focus on securing supply chains, through both cooperation and investment.
CfD round 4 and ScotWind represents majority of the projects planned for deployment towards 2030 and project developers are currently looking to secure supply chains for those projects. Engagement with developers and sub-suppliers unlocks potential for the Danish supply chain and opportunities in UK offshore wind for Danish industry are found in the entire value chain.
Offshore Wind Forum 2023
By joining the Offshore Wind Forum for 2023, your company will be part of an exclusive group of Danish companies which secures access to the following:
- 4 delegation visits to the UK that provide access to developers, key stakeholders and public authorities within offshore wind
- Regular updates and market insights provided by the Embassy on political movements and supply chain issues
- Webinars on selected topics
Event 1 – Q1
Date: 7th of February 2023
11.00 Welcome and Red Rock Power Ltd. introduction and project status incl. needs and selection process for suppliers
12.30 Lunch and networking
13.30 SSE introduction and project status (TBC)
14.30 Danish companies pitch and matchmaking
19.00 Dinner (optional)
Event 2 – Q2
Date: 9th – 11th of May 2023
Location: Scotland (Glasgow or Edinburgh + site visit)
Floating wind in the UK with specific focus on the ScotWind projects (27.6 GW) developers DEME, Falck and Blue Float as well as matchmaking with local wind companies.
Event 3 – Q3
Date: 26th of September 2023
Location: England (specifics TBC)
Contracts for Difference Allocation Round 5 developers and market establishment – meet developers from winning bids in the 2023 offshore wind auction which will trigger supplier contracts and financial close for successful projects.
Event 4 – Q4
Date: 6th of December 2023
Meet developers focussing on the Celtic sea and B2B meetings with members from RenewableUK.
For more information please contact
Trade Council in London
+44 734 173 7277