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Early October will see the release of the fourth edition of Offshore WIND. Find out what the International Energy Agency has to say about the outlook for offshore wind in our main interview with Brent Wanner, WEO energy analyst at IEA.
The latest edition of the Offshore WIND magazine is now out and you can get your hands on it by subscribing to receive a printed copy and/or find it available in a digital format.
The latest edition of the Offshore WIND magazine is now available in a digital format.
The first edition of the Offshore WIND Magazine in 2018 is in the making, with the magazine’s editorial team currently working on topics that are of interest to our readers and gathering all the relevant insight from industry professionals.
Offshore wind industry professionals and enthusiasts can now subscribe to receive free online copies of our quarterly Offshore WIND Magazine straight to their computers, tablets or mobile phones.
Offshore wind industry professionals and enthusiasts can now subscribe to receive free online copies of our Offshore WIND magazine straight to their computers, tablets or mobile phones.
Want to find our more on Offshore WIND Conference speaker Bent Christensen of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy? Don’t miss our main interview in edition 3 of the Offshore WIND magazine, which is out now!
Among others, DONG Energy and Siemens will offer their views on the developments and trends within offshore wind operations and maintenance in this year’s second edition of the Offshore WIND Magazine.
Offshore WIND is starting the new year energetically with an aim to cover new topics, bring more relevant news to our readers, further improve all of its products, and thus move forward together with the ever-growing industry.
Early September will see the release of the third edition of Offshore WIND. Do you want to know how Blockchain may change the energy sector and offshore wind – you can read all about it in this edition.
The Offshore WIND team is currently preparing the 2018 version of the Offshore WIND Vessel Directory, the reference book for purpose built offshore wind vessels.
Germany-based offshore wind developer innogy and a major oil and gas company from the Netherlands have emerged as the latest companies from Europe that are interested in entering Taiwanese offshore wind market, according to Taiwan’s Storm Magazine, which left the Dutch oil and gas company unnamed.
The Dutch government has launched an international campaign entitled Wind & Water Works during an offshore wind energy masterclass organised by the Netherlands for ten guest nations.
In 2018 there will be plenty of offshore wind projects starting construction, and others reaching full operation, and perhaps even one or two ready for decommissioning.
The 7th edition of our annual Offshore WIND International Business Guide (IBG) will be published in February 2018.
Q&A with Pieter van Oord, CEO Van Oord, speaker during Offshore WIND Conference, opening session.
Interview with Offshore WIND Conference Speaker David Molenaar, Country Manager Siemens Wind Power, Siemens Gamesa.