Conference & Exhibition | 12 - 13 October 2022 | P&J Live, Aberdeen | Organised by RenewableUK & Scottish Renewables | #FloatingWind22

Partners, sponsors and supporters

Thank you to our amazing partners, sponsors and supporters whose help building and promoting this event has been invaluable.

 

In partnership with..

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Scottish Renewables

Scottish Renewables is a member organisation dedicated to strengthening business relationships and securing the best possible environment for the growth of renewable energy in Scotland. Our shared ambition is to harness Scotland’s abundant natural resources to secure a future that will deliver on jobs, investment, energy security and climate.

 

Headline Sponsor

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Shell

Shell is a global energy company with around 87,000 employees in more than 70 countries. We work together to power progress through more and cleaner energy solutions. We serve more than 30 million customers at almost 46,000 retail service stations every day. Our strategy is to accelerate the transition of our business to net-zero emissions, purposefully and profitably. #PoweringProgress

 


Event Partners

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Crown Estate Scotland 

 

 

 

 

 

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Equinor

Equinor’s ambition is to continue to be a leading floating offshore wind developer and operator and contribute towards the technology’s industrialization and commercialization. We are the world's most experienced operator of floating wind, having installed the Hywind Demo project in 2007, followed by the world-leading Hywind Scotland project in 2013 and soon to be completing Hywind Tampen, which will be the largest floating offshore wind farm in the world once completed in 2022. When Hywind Tampen is operational, Equinor will operate nearly half of the world's floating offshore wind capacity. 

 

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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. Independent and trusted, with a unique combination of world-leading test and demonstration facilities and engineering and research expertise, ORE Catapult convenes the sector and delivers applied research, accelerating technology development, reducing risk and cost and enhancing UK-wide economic growth.  Active throughout the UK, ORE Catapult has operations in Glasgow, Blyth, Levenmouth, Aberdeen, the Humber, the East of England, the South West and Wales and operates a collaborative research partnership in China. ORE Catapult has established the Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence (FOWCoE) to develop an internationally recognised initiative to reduce the cost of energy from floating wind. The FOWCoE has developed an initial core work programme across four workstreams: Technology development, Supply chain and operations, Development and consent, Delivering Net Zero.

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Ørsted 

The Ørsted vision is a world that runs entirely on green energy. We look forward to exploring with our fellow panelists, exhibitors and visitors how this vision can be a central part of a green economic recovery that accelerates our transition to a low-carbon economy, driving technical innovation and employment while building resilience for the future. Ørsted is the global leader in offshore wind and ranks #1 in Corporate Knights' 2020 index of the Global 100 most sustainable corporations in the world.

 

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RWE

RWE Renewables, the newest subsidiary of the RWE Group, is one of the world's leading renewable energy companies. With around 3,500 employees, the company has onshore and offshore wind farms, photovoltaic plants and battery storage facilities with a combined capacity of approximately 9 gigawatts. RWE Renewables is driving the expansion of renewable energy in more than 15 countries on four continents. For further growth a net investment budget of €5 billion is available until 2022. When adding in possible partnerships, the medium term investment budget could reach up to €9 billion. The focus is on the Americas, the core markets in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

 

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ScottishPower Renewables 

As part of the Iberdrola Group, ScottishPower Renewables is at the forefront of the development of the renewables industry through pioneering ideas, forward thinking and outstanding innovation. Its ambitious growth plans in the UK include offshore wind farms in the East Anglia region, with its 714MW East Anglia ONE wind farm due to come online later this year. Iberdrola Group’s international offshore portfolio currently has up to 9,000MW in the development pipeline across the UK, Germany, France and the USA, with further areas of potential capacity in Brazil and Sweden.

Event Sponsors

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Apollo

Apollo is a front-end and through-life engineering provider that enables our clients' easy access to a highly skilled engineering capability across the energy industry and through the energy transition.

At Apollo, we understand your problems, we know budgets are limited and timescales are short. We use our experience to help you reduce risk, lower costs and make informed engineering decisions, locally and globally.

We work with operators, service companies, installation contractors and vessel owners across oil and gas, downstream and nuclear as well as playing our part in the energy transition by supporting wind, wave and tidal projects.

Now in our twelfth year, we’ve grown from two people to 120 and provide engineering support to global super majors and technology start-ups. We thrive on the challenge and believe we can provide answers that no one else can.

 

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DNV

DNV is an independent assurance and risk management provider, operating in more than 100 countries. Through its broad experience and deep expertise DNV advances safety and sustainable performance, sets industry standards, and inspires and invents solutions. We provide assurance to the entire energy value chain through our advisory, monitoring, verification, and certification services. As the world's leading resource of independent energy experts and technical advisors, we help industries and governments to navigate the many complex, interrelated transitions taking place globally and regionally, in the energy industry. We are committed to realizing the goals of the Paris Agreement, and support our customers to transition faster to a deeply decarbonized energy system.

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ETZ

ETZ Ltd is a private sector-led and not-for-profit organisation created to harness globally recognised regional and sectoral strengths in the North East of Scotland by creating an integrated energy cluster focussed on delivering net zero.

 

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We unlock insights from Geo-data to help you plan, design, build, operate and maintain your offshore wind farm in a safe, sustainable and efficient manner. Our successful track record, combined with local presence and global knowledge, enables us to support offshore wind farm projects anywhere in the world.

Our solutions support you across the asset life cycle. We offer an extensive range of Geo-data acquisition, monitoring, maintenance and geoconsultancy services to provide insights that allow you to make informed decisions so you can manage your wind farm effectively. 

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Huisman

 

Huisman is a worldwide supplier of step changing technical solutions to the world’s leading companies in the energy sector. Our products range from large capacity cranes up to highly engineered installation tools, to optimise every stage of installation and operation of offshore wind farms.

 

 

 

 
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Mainstream Renewable Power

Mainstream Renewable Power is a leading pure-play renewable energy company, with wind and solar assets across global markets, including in Latin America, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. Mainstream is one of the most successful developers of gigawatt-scale renewables platforms, across onshore wind, offshore wind, and solar power generation. It has successfully delivered 6.5 GW of wind and solar generation assets to financial close-ready. 

The company is a global leader in the development of offshore wind projects. It secured planning consent for the world’s largest wind farm in England, Hornsea Project One, 1200 MW and the 450 MW Neart project in Scotland. Mainstream is developing one of SE Asia’s largest offshore wind farms in Vietnam, Phu Cuong Soc Trang at 1400 MW.  It also has a stake in a 800 MW floating offshore wind project in Japan.

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Mooreast 

Sustainable, Reliable & Affordable

Installation of offshore renewable energy structures, such as turbines and large rotating blades mounted on floating platforms, requires specialized expertise, products and equipment. Backed by deep experience, Mooreast has developed a range of dedicated products and a Total Mooring Solution that includes advanced engineering that addresses the specific needs of these floating structures and facilities.

Our products range from mooring and rigging systems to chain stoppers, buoys and anchors. Our capability and service scope includes design, engineering, fabrication, supply, installation and commissioning, supported by an in-house engineering team and a global network of suppliers and technical experts.  

 

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Muir Mhòr Offshore Wind Farm 


Muir Mhòr is a floating offshore wind farm project located off the east coast of Scotland. 
A joint venture between Fred. Olsen Seawind and Vattenfall, the project will put people first, and collaborate with industry, communities and the supply chain to deliver tangible benefits for the local and national economy. 
Muir Mhòr Offshore Wind Farm brings together decades of Scottish industry expertise to develop a highly innovative renewable energy project that will lead the energy transition. 
Fred. Olsen Seawind and Vattenfall both have an established track record in Scotland. Working together, we are committed to securing Scotland’s energy future and green economy.

 

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Ocean Winds

With 11GW of gross capacity in 7 countries, Ocean Winds is a global leader in fixed and floating offshore wind. Our 2.8GW UK wind portfolio includes Moray East, Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm (950MW). With WindFloat Atlantic trailblazing the industry and 2 more floating projects being developed, OW is actively pursuing floating wind opportunities in the Celtic Sea. 

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Offshore Consult

An independent and experienced engineering and management consultancy in the offshore Renewables, Telecommunications, Infrastructure and Oil & Gas sectors worldwide. We call on over 20 years of offshore experience to apply our technical knowledge and operational expertise to give advice and consultancy management to our range of international clients.

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Orkney Harbours

Orkney Harbours is owned by Orkney islands Council and is the statutory harbour authority for Orkney with responsibility for 29 piers and harbours and the Scapa Flow – the largest natural harbour in Europe. With proposed developments that we will see new deep water facilities to support the offshore wind markets, Orkney Harbours is looking to build on decades of experience in oil and gas and marine renewables to be at the forefront of port infrastructure for the large scale projects that will be in the waters around Orkney.

 

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Pinsent Masons

Pinsent Masons is a leading legal adviser to the renewables industry providing full-service advice to developers, utilities, IPPs, investors, funders and other stakeholders in relation to onshore and offshore wind, solar, biomass, hydro, wave and tidal projects globally. Our unique full lifecycle offshore wind experience includes advising on the consenting, property, grid, energy regulatory (including CfD), construction, OFTO and generation asset divestment and financing of more than twenty offshore wind projects across the UK and Ireland alone, providing us with a "big picture" understanding of the sector and giving our clients focused and in depth commercial experience and acumen.

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Principle Power

 

 

 

 

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RPS

As the offshore wind industry continues to develop and mature globally, RPS specialists are supporting developers and stakeholders with their renewable energy investments, innovation and commercialisation.   We offer a range of technical consultancy and operational support to this rapidly growing market, these services include; planning, environment, permitting & consenting; site investigation & characterisation; port infrastructure and logistics; metocean (including wind resource measurement); unexploded ordnance (UXO); marine assurance and QHSSE, data management & visualisation. Our breadth of services enables our teams to work alongside our clients throughout the asset lifecycle, providing international standard advice.

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SSE Renewables

SSE Renewables is building more offshore wind energy than any other company in the world right now. Part of the FTSE-listed SSE plc, the leading developer, owner and operator of renewable energy is currently constructing the world’s largest offshore project, the 3.6GW Dogger Bank Wind Farm in the North Sea, a joint venture with Equinor and Eni, as well as Scotland’s largest offshore site, the 1.1GW Seagreen Offshore Wind Farm in the Firth of Forth, a joint venture with Total. SSE Renewables has the largest offshore wind development pipeline across the UK and Ireland at over 7GW. Its operational offshore wind portfolio consists of 487MW across two joint venture sites, Beatrice and Greater Gabbard, both of which it operates on behalf of its asset partners. SSE Renewables is a Principal Partner to the UK Government for COP26, the UN climate summit in November 2021.

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Stromar & Partners


 


Supporters

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ABEEólica

ABEEólica – Brazilian Association of Wind Energy and New Technologies is a non-profit institution that represents the wind energy industry. Since its foundation in 2002, ABEEólica has effectively contributed to the development and recognition of wind energy as a renewable, competitive and strategic source for Brazil's energy matrix composition.

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AREG

AREG is the original energy transition organisation, working on behalf of members to empower the energy supply chain and champion its expertise. With more than 190 diverse members, AREG wants the north-east of Scotland to be a world-leading centre of excellence for the production and use of renewable energy. 

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The Business Network for Offshore Wind

The Business Network for Offshore Wind is a nonprofit, educational organization with a mission to develop the offshore wind renewable energy industry and its supply chain. The Network partners with industry and government to build an innovative supply chain that will create and sustain jobs, benefiting local economies and ensuring a cost-effective clean energy portfolio. We advance this through collaboration, education, and innovation, bringing together global developers, policymakers, academia, and leading experts to grow this new and vital offshore wind industry that provides a practical solution to climate change and creates well-paying jobs.

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The Carbon Trust

The Carbon Trust is at the forefront of the offshore wind industry and we will continue to work closely with governments, developers, supply chain, and innovators to accelerate the global development of offshore wind. Our mission is to enable the scale up of offshore wind markets and to fulfil its potential as a globally competitive energy technology that will help us transition to a sustainable, low carbon economy.

  • Our mission is to accelerate the delivery of a sustainable, low carbon economy.

  • We believe offshore wind has a critical role to play in delivering a low carbon energy system, as a global competitive technology.

  • We have accelerated cost reduction and stimulated the supply chain by working with governments and industry since 2008.

 

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Climate 17

We are recruitment specialists across Clean Energy & Sustainability markets. Our team has been recruiting in renewable energy since 2007, and we have an extensive network of professionals within this sector. To hear more about how we can help, get in touch, and speak with one of our specialist consultants.

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DeepWind 

The DeepWind offshore wind cluster, with over 700 members, is now the largest offshore wind representative body in Europe and is one of the leading floating wind clusters in the world. Its main purpose is to help its members achieve greater benefit from the current and future development of offshore wind in the UK and internationally. As the name suggests, it specialises in fixed and floating offshore wind in deeper waters, usually considered to be greater than a 40m depth. 

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EnerGeo Allicance

Founded in 1971, the EnerGeo Alliance is the global trade association for the energy geoscience industry, the intersection where earth science and energy meet. Through reliable science-based regulatory advocacy, credible resources and expertise, and future-focused leadership, EnerGeo Alliance serves as the voice of the global energy geoscience industry.

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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 promote the region as a key hub for servicing both the UK and International offshore wind markets.

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East of England Energy Group (EEEGR)

The East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) was launched on 29 March 2001 as a not-for-profit trade body to represent the energy sector and its supply chain in the East of England. We now have more than 200 member businesses. 

EEEGR’s core programmes and projects are geared towards the sustainable development of the energy industry in the East of England, to help it thrive.

We are committed to the delivery of benefits to our members, including networking opportunities, gaining new business and the development of the regional skill-set, through a comprehensive programme of events and activities.

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German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation

The German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation’s overall purpose is to consolidate and expand the role of offshore wind power in the future energy mix of Germany and Europe; this being also beneficial for environmental and climate protection. The foundation is a non-partisan, supra-regional and independent communication platform for the entire sector.

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Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)

Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) is a member-based organisation that represents the entire wind energy sector. The members of GWEC represent over 1,500 companies, organisations and institutions in more than 80 countries, including manufacturers, developers, component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewables associations, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies. See more: www.gwec.net

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The Global Underwater Hub (GUH)

The Global Underwater Hub (GUH) is a strategically focused organisation, built upon its predecessor Subsea UK’s near two-decade legacy, retaining its experience, knowledge, networks and membership, expanding its reach, scope and sphere of influence across the UK and across all sectors operating in the underwater industry.

 

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 Hellenic Wind Energy Association 

 

 

 

 

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Holland Home of Wind Energy (HHWE)

 

HHWE is an independent export association for Dutch wind power companies. HHWE supports its members on emerging offshore wind markets across the globe.

With a strong focus on cooperation, innovation and sharing knowledge and networks, HHWE is your committed partner in the wind export.

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NOF

Business development experts for the energy sector. We work on behalf of our members and partners to put companies of all sizes in touch with the best, most innovative UK supply chain businesses. We are the best route to business in the energy sector.

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Team Humber Marine Alliance

THMA is a dynamic membership organisation – critical to the success of the marine, maritime and offshore sectors in the Humber and beyond.

It is a highly influential, not-for-profit business, focused on revitalising the “Blue Economy” sector and integral to the offshore wind supply chain in the Humber as well as the wider business activities of the Humber ports.

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Scottish Renewables

Scottish Renewables is a member organisation dedicated to strengthening business relationships and securing the best possible environment for the growth of renewable energy in Scotland. Our shared ambition is to harness Scotland’s abundant natural resources to secure a future that will deliver on jobs, investment, energy security and climate.

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Ukrainian Wind Energy Association

The Ukrainian Wind Energy Association is the oldest and the largest RES industry association in Ukraine, which promotes a large-scale deployment of onshore & offshore wind technologies in Ukraine, facilitates green transition, and protects the interests of RES investors. The UWEA unites over 85 companies from 14 countries.

 

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The Workboat Association

The Workboat Association (est.1994), provides to a growing industry of workboat Owners, Operators, Stakeholders and independent Professionals from within the UK and Internationally. The WA’s support comes in a range of regularly organised events and publications, campaigns and collaborations to support the industry from your first day as a workboat Apprentice to operating your businesses across of the Globe

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Wind & water works

Wind & water works reflects the expertise and innovative approach of Dutch companies and government in the field of offshore wind energy. Through wind & water works, our aim is to share this expertise and forge strong international partnerships to ensure the successful development of the offshore wind sector worldwide.


Media Partners

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 reNEWS

Core Media Partner

Digital newsletter and real-time news website tracking renewable energy projects from planning to construction and operation. Providing exclusive business information on the offshore wind sector, reNEWS is a must-read for those involved in this industry. Visit our stand or website to sign up for a free two-month trial subscription.

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Offshore Energy

 

 

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Energy Engineering

Energy engineering: the magazine that covers the products and processes, innovation, technology and management of renewable energy and sustainability in all its forms.  Combining an experienced editorial team and contributions from major industry figures, energy engineering is a ‘must read’ for anybody connected with the energy world.

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Clean Energy Pipeline

Clean Energy Pipeline is the leading independent source of news, data and analytics for the renewables finance industry.  Subscribers receive access to a real-time data platform covering clean energy finance transactions across every global market, including Project Finance, M&A, Public Markets, Green Bonds and Venture Capital & Private Equity

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Energy Industry Times

Today there is no shortage of information on power and energy. Yet in this age of information overload, most professionals still take the time to read their favourite daily newspaper. The Energy Industry Times is a newspaper-style tabloid dedicated to reporting on the industry’s key issues. At last, an easy way to follow the latest news and trends in power and energy – from a source you can trust.

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Energy Global

 

Energy Global is a leading international publication for the renewable energy generation sector, providing in-depth editorial coverage of the generation of renewable energy, as well as the construction and operation of renewable energy farms, plants, and projects.

Each issue provides regional reports from around the world; quality keynote articles from renewable energy generation companies, technical institutions, and industry commentators; and technical articles and case studies focusing on all aspects of renewable energy generation.

You can view our most recent Summer issue here: https://bit.ly/3nf5IiF

And make sure to visit https://www.energyglobal.com/ for the latest industry news and updates.

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Energy North

The North of Scotland is a force to be reckoned with both home and abroad in Oil & Gas, Wind,  Bio-Energy, Solar Power & Marine. Energy North showcases this in the Bi-monthly newspaper and daily updates on their website. For further information please get in touch with one of the team.

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Energy Voice 

 

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Executive

Executive Business magazine is the leading and only dedicated monthly publication in the North and North-east of Scotland. With Renewable Energy being a major sector for the region we regularly have Renewable Energy businesses profiled within the magazine.  Subscribe today.

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Ocean Energy  

ICOE-OEE 2022 is a unique conference & exhibition that will gather ocean energy professionals and decision-makers from all corners of the globe on 18-20 October, in San Sebastián/Donostia, Spain. Organised by the Basque Energy Cluster and Ocean Energy Europe (OEE), the event combines the International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE) and OEE's annual event.

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OGV Energy

OGV Energy is the leading engagement platform for the energy sector, focused on delivering real-time industry news, events and digital media solutions. It is our mission to facilitate improved engagement and communication for the Energy sector through utilising our multiple platforms. Our service offering comprises OGV Energy Magazine and our digital engagement is driven by OGV Energy News, OGV Events, OGV Job board, OGV Radio and with a growing global membership of over 200 companies we help organisations to expand their digital footprint and deliver their corporate messaging to their target audience.  The OGV Energy website and App help deliver energy news to circa 400,000 energy professionals every month.

   


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PES WIND

PES WIND magazine, was established in Europe in 2005 and has a UK headquarters in the West of England with remote newsrooms across the world. It is now a global publishing company with executive readership throughout the wind energy industry. P and G Media targets primarily European and North American executives from on & offshore wind sectors, with the specific aim of offering them up-to-date analysis and all the relevant essential information through our publications and on the company website – www.pes.eu.com

The website offers readers video feeds and regularly-updated news stories as well as publishing industry features, interviews with leaders from all the essential organisations and developments in the wind business. 

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UK Ports

UK Ports Magazine and Directory is the UK leading ports’ magazine and the only national published, printed, and distributed directory that is circulated, posted and well-received by tens of thousands of subscribers.  From Port managers to Marine and offshore Executives to senior engineering operations and buying staff nationally in the UK ,European Ports & USA it is the 'go to' magazine for those looking to buy and sell Ports& Marine equipment and services.  Contact us to receive a complimentary copy. For your company details to be included, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Wind Energy Network

Wind Energy Network magazine is aimed exclusively at key decision makers specifically in the wind energy industry. The magazine is features-led and every edition contains news and articles relevant to the wind industry.

The emphasis is on providing good quality and interesting editorial to create a magazine which is well respected by readers. The interactive links throughout the magazine lead to additional supporting information to give our readership a highly informative experience and relevant information at their fingertips – both online and in print. Contributions are always sought from companies and industry experts.

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Windtech International

Windtech International, established in 2004, is the worldwide information platform for the wind energy industry. The magazine (6 issues per year), website and e-newsletter have a clear focus on technology and are the ideal platform for the promotion and explanation of products and technology. The magazine is distributed in 108 countries and reaches more than 12,000 professionals. The average number of unique visitors per day on our website is 7,250. The weekly e-newsletter is sent out every weekend and reaches over 3,000 people.

 

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World Wind Tech

World Wind Technology provides key executives, who have the power to make purchasing decisions, with unique analysis and data combined with contributions from leading industry analysts, practitioners and thought leaders. Our unique and powerful database of readers includes qualified senior management and executive decision makers, who have the authority to buy the products and services they need in order to capitalise on the opportunities in the market.