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16 - 19 October Madrid, Andalucia Add to calendar
Madrid, Andalucia, Cadiz View on map




Why should I join?

  • Joining a visit to explore Spain's offshore wind developers and supply chain will be a strategic move to gain insights, build connections, and identify opportunities not only in Spain and Portugal but also throughout Europe's growing offshore wind sector.

Key Highlights:

  • Spain's ports and shipyards have established themselves as major players in the offshore wind supply chain.
  • Spain is actively involved in the production of foundations, transition pieces (TPs), substations, vessels, moorings, and other critical equipment for offshore wind projects spanning across Europe.
  • Visiting Spanish wind developers offers you an unique opportunity to learn from industry leaders, gain market-specific insights, and establish valuable connections.

Seizing Ambitious Opportunities:

  • Spain and Portugal have set the brave goal of achieving a total operational capacity of 13 GW in offshore wind energy by 2030.
  • The first auctions for licensing sea areas in these countries are anticipated to take place within the next few months.
  • The predominant focus in Spain and Portugal's offshore wind pipelines revolves around floating offshore wind projects, constituting over 90% of their announced ventures.

Synergies with Norwegian Supply Chain:

  • Spain's goals are well-matched with the capabilities of the Norwegian supply chain.
  • Spain's supply chain in offshore wind energy is poised for significant growth and impact.
  • As technology continues to advance and economies of scale are realized, Spain's offshore wind industry is likely to become even more competitive and influential in the renewable energy landscape.

More details will follow, but for now, mark your calendar and let us know if you're interested in joining us!

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