Reaching Potential during Offshore WIND Conference 2016

Renewable energy plays an indispensable role in meeting rising energy demand. The 7th annual Offshore WIND Conference, on 24 and 25 October 2016, will focus on business opportunities and successes in this renewable energy industry and how, together, the industry can reach its potential.

Offshore WIND Conference 2015; Photo: ©Aico Lind
Offshore WIND Conference 2015; Photo: ©Aico Lind

A promising future awaits the offshore wind industry as long as we can tap the potential opportunities amongst the challenges that lie ahead. The agreements made during COP21 in 2015 provide support and encouragement to reach the hard targets ahead of these future projects.

During the Offshore WIND Conference, more than 15 expert speakers and over 250 industry professionals will discuss what is needed to reach large scale offshore wind energy deployment.

Both days plenary sessions will be alternated with networking opportunities.

OWC 2015; Photo: ©Aico Lind (Click to enlarge)
OWC 2015; Photo: ©Aico Lind (Click to enlarge)

Part of Offshore Energy 2016

Anyone registering for the Offshore WIND Conference receives automatic access to the Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2016 (OEEC), one of the leading events on all facets of offshore energy.

On Tuesday and Wednesday 25 and 26 October in Amsterdam RAI, more than 13,500 unique visitors and 650 exhibitors from over 80 different countries will dive into issues surrounding the developments and changes in the upstream oil & gas, offshore wind and marine energy industry.

On Monday 24 October, Navingo B.V. will organize its first Offshore Energy Awards in Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam.

More details can be found on the Offshore WIND Conference website at