Director Wind US, UK, Ireland and Denmark
Team Norway is planning extensive meeting opportunities for the Norwegian delegation and a reception hosted by the Norwegian Consul General provide for valuable networking.
The International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF) is the premiere offshore wind energy conference in North America. Hosted by the Business Network for Offshore Wind, IPF connects global leaders and businesses in the supply chain, offers unparalleled networking opportunities, and delivers breaking updates on the industry, from technology to policy.
The US East Coast market offers about 20 GW of active projects in procurement phase for components and services.
Norwegian delegation meetings are being scheduled to discuss business opportunities with a selection of: leading developers (Atlantic Shores, Avangrid, Orsted, Mayflower); OEM’s (GE, Vestas, Siemens); Tier 1 contractors & port operators (DEME, Marmon, Kiewit, Crowley); and State leaders (NYSERDA, NYCEDC, NJEDA).
The meeting schedule will be coordinated to allow participation in the most significant presentations and panels.
Participation fees / registration
NORWEP has negotiated conference rates*
IPF regular rates USD $2,595.00 pp.
*Reliant on a delegation of 25; participation will be invoiced but be sure to register today to secure tickets to the almost sold out conferece.
Travel / accommodation
Significant project pipeline
State driven offshore wind targets have reached 40 GW on the East Coast alone, representing a capital investment volume of ~USD 120 Billion (exceeding 1 Trillion kroner).
20 East Coast commercial scale offshore wind projects have secured power offtake agreements amounting to ~ 15 GW. With an additional ~ 5GW of offtake agreements under negotiation in VA and NC, the market offers about 20 GW of active projects in procurement phase for components and services.
The historic NY Bight lease area auction amounting to USD 4.4 billion, illustrates developer commitment. The 6 new lease areas provide for ~10 additional GW of offshore wind.
From 2025 onwards, a yearly installation rate of about 4 GW can be expected for the East Coast, with additional volume building at the West Coast and in the Gulf towards the end of the decade.
With nearly 4 GW of active offshore wind projects, and the construction of a monopile facility, a wind superport and further infrastructure investments, New Jersey is positioning as a leader in the offshore wind industry. The 2022 IPF conference location in Atlantic City offers registrants a wide array of networking opportunities to access the supply chain and tap into investments being made in local communities.