Exhibitors 

 

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Aker offshore wind

 Aker Offshore Wind strives to create a sustainable future. We are an offshore wind developer headquartered in Norway with focus on assets in deep waters. With global operations, the current portfolio consists of development projects and prospects located in Asia, North America and Europe.Aker Offshore Wind effectively deploys cost effective technologies from decades of offshore energy developments and through its ownership stake in Principle Power.

 

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Associated British Ports

 ABP is the UK's leading port operator and owner, with 21 ports across the country, supporting 119,000 jobs and contributing £7.5 billion to the economy every year.

 

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Energi Coast

Energi Coast is the North East of England’s Offshore Wind Cluster. Made up of more than 30 key regional businesses and stakeholder organisations involved in offshore wind, the group works to showcase the vast supply chain capabilities in this sector within North East England, promote the region as a key hub for servicing both the UK and International offshore wind markets and address the themes arising from the sector deal announced in early 2019.  The cluster is made up of Developers, Ports, Supply Chain, Skills & Academia, Innovation & Research Organisations and the two Local Enterprise Partnerships. Each Energi Coast participant acts as a regional Ambassador for offshore wind and is committed to ensuring the cluster has a strong voice to represent the supply chain and this vibrant industry which has huge economic benefit for North East England. The North East of England region has been active in the offshore wind sector since the inception of the industry. The first UK offshore wind farm built in 2000 and subsequently the first successfully decommissioned in the UK is located off the coast of Blyth, Northumberland and, to date, supply chain companies from within the region’s cluster have been involved in the vast majority of offshore wind farms globally.

 

 

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Equinor

Equinor is developing as a broad energy company, building a material position in renewable energy. Equinor now powers more than one million European homes with renewable energy from four offshore wind farms in the United Kingdom and Germany, and will also operate Dogger Bank, the world’s largest offshore wind farm currently under construction.
Equinor is developing significant offshore wind clusters in the UK, the US North East and in the Baltics. The company commissioned the world’s first floating offshore wind farm in 2017 off the coast of Scotland and is positioned for future floating wind options in several geographies, including UK, Norway and Asia. It is also a leader in both carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) and hydrogen, and is developing a number of projects in Europe, including in the Humber and Teesside regions of North East England.

Equinor has been in the UK for over 35 years, and supports the UK economy by investing billions in crucial energy infrastructure, working with over 700 suppliers across the country working to secure a long-term energy supply. Its energy supplies from Norway meet more than one quarter of the UK’s demand for natural gas and around one fifth of its demand for oil, both produced with one of the lowest carbon footprints in the industry. Its Mariner oil field is one of the largest upstream investments in the last 10 years in the UK and started production in August 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

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ESB

Electricity Supply Board (ESB) was established in 1927 as a statutory corporation in the Republic of Ireland under the Electricity (Supply) Act 1927. With a holding of 95%, ESB is majority owned by the Irish Government with the remaining 5% held by the trustees of an Employee Share Ownership Plan.  As a strong, diversified, vertically integrated utility, ESB operates right across the electricity market: from generation, through transmission and distribution to supply. In addition, ESB extracts further value at certain points along this chain: supplying gas, using our networks to carry fibre for telecommunications, developing electric vehicle public charging infrastructure and more.

ESB is a leading Irish utility focused on providing excellent customer service and maintaining our financial strength. We have a regulated asset base of approximately €9 billion with 43% of electricity generation capacity in the all-island market. We currently supply electricity to approximately 1.4 million customers throughout the island of Ireland. ESB Group employs approximately 8,000 people. ESB more recently entered the UK energy market with the launch of ESB Energy.Our mission is to bring sustainable and competitive energy solutions to all customers and our vision is to be Ireland’s foremost energy company competing successfully in the all-island market.

ESB has been active in offshore wind in Ireland and Great Britain in the last two years. In Ireland, ESB has acquired up to a 35% stake in Oriel Offshore wind Project with Parkwind and have entered a development partnership with Equinor to develop fixed and floating wind projects off the Irish Coast. In the UK, ESB the acquisition of a 12.5% shareholding in the Galloper Wind Farm and in 2019 have purchased 50% share in the 448MW Neart Na Gaoithe (NNG) offshore wind farm project. ESB is also actively seeking further offshore wind farm opportunities in both Ireland and the UK.

 

 

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Forth & Tay Offshore

Forth & Tay Offshore (FTO), one of eight UK offshore wind clusters, was established to drive the growth of offshore energy on the east coast of Scotland. We’re seeking to build upon the area’s well-established strengths by developing its supply chain and workforce in support of the commitments in the Offshore Wind Sector Deal. Our vision for 2030 is for the region to become home to a thriving, comprehensive, internationally competitive offshore energy supply chain serving local, national and international projects. The Forth & Tay Offshore Cluster’s mission is to accelerate and further the growth of the offshore energy sector on the east coast of Scotland through a series of activities designed to support innovation, collaboration, investment in skills, and market awareness amongst relevant businesses. Forth & Tay Offshore is supported by developers and public organisations including Angus, Dundee, East Lothian, Fife, Perth & Kinross, Scottish Borders Councils, as well as EDF Renewables, SSE Renewables and Red Rock Power, and Scottish Enterprise.

 

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Frazer Nash

 Frazer-Nash is a leading systems, engineering and technology company. We help organisations deliver innovative engineering and technology solutions to make lives safe, secure, sustainable, and affordable. With over 800 employees, we work from a network of eleven UK and four Australian locations. Our people apply their expertise to develop, enhance and protect our clients' critical assets, systems and processes. We use our skills and talents to ensure a sustainable future for society. Our work helps deliver a safe and secure world, where natural resources are conserved, and clean energy is available to all. And we focus on actions to reduce climate change; supporting rapid and far-reaching transformations in the delivery of energy, security, industry, and transport. At the heart of our business are set of self-defined core values. These are part of our DNA and we’re committed to upholding them – internally as part of our Frazer-Nash family; in the way we work with our customers; and when we engage with the wider world.

 

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ITPEnergised

ITPEnergised Group (ITPE) is a world-leading consultancy offering energy, environmental, engineering, technical advisory and renewables asset management services. ITPE has a 27-year track record in offshore renewable energy across the globe, having worked on a wide variety of fixed and floating offshore wind. 

 

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La Tene Maps

La Tene Maps has been producing renewable energy installation maps for over 20 years and has total world coverage on offshore wind (including floating wind) wave and tidal energy projects. These are used to illustrate who is doing what, when and where. The 2020 edition of the "World-Floating Wind Projects" map is being released at this event. The map will be available for download from our stand. There are also other maps available for download including 2020 editions of the "Europe- Offshore Wind Projects" and "World-Offshore Wind Projects" maps. La Tene Maps also publishes installation maps on most of the other renewable energy technologies including: onshore Wind, Bioenergy, Hydropower, SolarPV and related maps on Electricity Transmission/ Distribution and Energy Storage.

 

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MHI Vestas Offshore Wind

MHI Vestas Offshore Wind is a joint venture between Vestas Wind Systems A/S (50%) and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (50%). The company’s focus is to design, manufacture, install and service wind turbines for the offshore wind industry. The company aims to create sustainable value through offshore wind power by driving capital and operating savings and increasing the power output of wind turbines. An innovative force in offshore wind since its inception in 2014, the company is guided by its founding principles of collaboration, trust, technology and commitment. For more information, see www.mhivestasoffshore.com or follow @MHIVestas on Twitter. 

 

 

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Ocean Winds

OW is a new company is a 50:50 offshore wind joint-venture, owned and created by EDPR and Engie in 2019. Both companies believe that offshore wind energy is becoming an essential part of the global energy transition, leading to the sector’s rapid growth and increased competitiveness. That is why they have included all their existing and pipeline offshore portfolio in the new company.

OW has a strategic advantage and is well positioned to play a leading role in the offshore market. EDPR and ENGIE are combining their offshore wind assets and project pipeline in the JV, starting with a total of 1.5 GW under construction and 4.0 GW under development, with the target of reaching 5 to 7 GW of projects in operation or under construction and 5 to 10 GW under advanced development by 2025. OW primarily targets markets in Europe, the United States and selected geographies in Asia, from where most of the growth is expected to come. OW have been at the forefront of the drive to deliver floating offshore wind.  Early investment in the WindFloat 1 prototype led to the recently completed 25MW WindFloat Atlantic project.  This experience means that OW are confident floating technology is ready for commercial-scale deployment.

 

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Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult

ORE Catapult was established in 2013 by the UK Government and is part of a network of Catapults set up by Innovate UK in high growth industries. It is the UK’s leading innovation centre for offshore renewable energy and helps to reduce the cost of offshore renewable energy, supporting the growth of the industry and creating UK benefit.

 

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OWC

 OWC, an AqualisBraemar company headquartered in London, UK, is a specialised and globally focused technical advisor, engineering and project management consultancy providing independent services to the offshore wind industry. OWC’s core team possesses strong industry expertise which dates back to the first offshore wind farm development in the UK. Since then, the key members of the team have been involved in the majority of the major offshore wind projects in Europe, Asia and the US.

 


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Principle Power

Principle Power is a global energy technology and services company. The company’s proven and in-demand WindFloat® floating technology is unlocking offshore wind potential worldwide by enabling projects to harvest the best wind resource, irrespective of water depth or seabed condition. Principle Power acts as a trusted partner to developers, independent power producers, utilities, and EPCs, supporting its customers throughout the entire lifecycle of their projects. With over 100 MW under construction and advanced development in Portugal, Scotland, and France, and a multi-GW commercial pipeline globally, Principle Power is the market leader in floating offshore wind technology.

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reNEWS

reNEWS provides news-focused business intelligence on the renewable energy sector with market leading coverage of offshore wind. The reNEWS Premium newsletter is regarded as a leading source of information on the sector, providing the exclusive and unmissable stories that matter to the industry. Breaking news is available 24/7 through www.reNEWS.BIZ

 

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SEAWIND OCEAN TECHNOLOGY

 Seawind have a market leading proprietary technology, utilising a twin blade, teetering hinge and yaw control system (with no pitching) that means it can operate in a greater envelope of environmental conditions than its competitors including cyclone regions. The Seawind technology has many advantages over conventional floating wind solutions e.g. fully integrated design meaning lower installation costs/risk, significantly lower operational costs and a far simpler design. This technology will reduce the LCOE to a point making FLOW affordable without subsidies. Our target is £40/MWh. Two solutions are available (6.2MW and 12.2MW), which can be applied to single unit and full scale wind farm situations. Seawind received 'Technology Qualification' from DNV GL in December 2019 and recently was accepted by Solar Impulse as a technology that will create a significant impact in decarbonisation. 

 

 

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Shoreline

 Enterprise SaaS business using intelligent data integration and simulation software to optimize and execute offshore wind farm field services and business case. Deployed globally with the world's largest energy companies and OEMs in some of the fastest growing wind markets

 

 

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Shell

Shell has played a vital role in powering the UK’s industry, transport systems and homes since the founding of Shell Transport and Trading over 120 years ago. Today, we are one of the world’s largest independent energy companies, operating in more than 70 countries. Central to our success for more than a century has been our ability to innovate and adapt to changing customer needs which will continue to be important as we move towards a lower carbon energy system. Our aim is to thrive through this energy transition by reshaping our company to provide the mix of lower carbon products that our customers will need in the future.

Shell established its New Energies division in 2016 and is looking to develop, construct and operate offshore wind farms, including floating wind, where we can use our offshore operational expertise. Shell invested in pioneering floating technologies such as Principle Power and partnered with Makani to demonstrate their energy kite from a floating platform. Alongside partners SOT and RWE, Shell is developing the Tetraspar demo project. Shell recently acquired Eolfi to further bolster our floating wind expertise and added the Groix Belle Ile pilot wind farm project to their portfolio. Shell's offshore wind portfolio includes operational and development projects and will have a total installed capacity of over 6GW once constructed.

 

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Synaptec

Synaptec is a highly innovative company based in the centre of Glasgow, UK. We develop and manufacture the world’s first scalable and passive electrical sensor networks. This includes both the hardware and analytics software to measure voltage, current, temperature, vibration, strain and humidity over unprecedented distances and numbers of locations. Our systems reduce and even prevent the number and duration of power outages which can cost millions of pounds. Synaptec’s approach is to rapidly adapt this groundbreaking technology to meet very exacting, but often bespoke, customer requirements. This ranges from digitalisation programs for major substations, to predictive maintenance data for HV equipment in offshore windfarms, enabling lower cost new grid connections, monitoring the build-up of ice on overhead power lines, to reducing lost passenger minutes on railways. In every case, our core technology is used to improve the management of infrastructure which is critical to the dependable supply of power for millions of customers. And this is only possible because we listen carefully, understand the engineering challenge, and deliver practical solutions fast and effectively.

 

 

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Vryhof

 Vryhof is a trusted partner to many of the offshore industry’s leading companies, delivering innovative and customer-focused anchoring and mooring solutions. We are committed to the highest standards of safety and integrity and are proud of our legacy and impeccable track record, delivering value in everything we do.  Our 50-year history of setting standards and leading the way in the offshore sector makes us unique in terms of our expertise and breadth of services. In recent years, Vryhof and its installation partners have taken full scope permanent mooring projects for offshore oil & gas and renewables applications by offering innovative and cost effective solutions including design, procurement, installation, life extension and decommissioning. Vryhof is backed by HitecVision, the leading European private equity investor in the offshore energy industry.