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10 - 11 July Melbourne, Australia Add to calendar
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Place South Wharf Victoria View on map




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Mainstream and Equinor, together with other international developers, are confirmed as speakers at the event, and NORWEP will arrange separate meetings while in Melbourne.

40 offshore wind projects with a total capacity of 77 GW are proposed in Australia – of which 30GW+ will be floating solutions.

In December 2023, Australia’s Minister for Climate Change and Energy made preliminary decisions on the granting of feasibility licenses for offshore wind projects in Commonwealth waters off the Gippsland region in Victoria. The government received 37 feasibility license applications for the 15,000 square kilometer zone. Applications for feasibility licenses within the Gippsland area opened on 23 January and closed on 27 April. Out of 37 feasibility license applications, six are under preliminary consideration for the granting of feasibility licenses and have begun the next stage of consultation with First Nation groups, according to the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). If all six proposed projects under preliminary consideration for a license were to proceed through proving feasibility to commercialization, they could generate 12 GW of electricity!

It is the right time to visit Australia in July!

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