OFFSHORE WIND CONNECTIONS 2017
OWC2017 is a 'must attend' event for all those interested in this growing market.
Offshore Wind Connections (OWC) 2017 will be the fifth Team Humber Mariane Alliance (THMA) annual offshore conference. Attracting regional, national and international offshore wind delegates, the conference is on Thursday, May 4, at the Bridlington Spa, with a pre-conference networking supper with RenewableUK on 3 May.
UK and international thought leaders and key industry figures will discuss recent industry developments and the increasingly positive outlook for the future.
Wind farm developers, owners, industry trade bodies and companies along the length of the offshore wind supply chain will be attending. The focus of OWC2017 is on the Yorkshire and the Humber region, which is at the epicentre of the offshore wind industry, and where billions of pounds are being invested in offshore and onshore infrastructure.
Organised by Team Humber Marine Alliance (THMA) and supported by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, this is the perfect time and place to assess what our region has to offer. Three of the UK’s largest wind farms and 80 per cent of all North Sea offshore wind farms are on our doorstep, while 60 per cent of the entire European offshore wind project to be built by 2020 are within 12 hours vessel steaming time.
OWC2017 is devoted to delivering business intelligence by creating opportunities for knowledge sharing and business networking
throughout the day.
Opportunity to attend the RenewableUK pre-conference networking reception on 3 May.
OWC2017 EVENT PROGRAMME
Thought leaders and key industry figures will discuss the latest developments in the industry including updates on key projects from developers, government organisations, manufacturers, port operators, marine support, vessel owners and operations and maintenance service providers.
The morning session with contributions from guest speakers will be followed in the afternoon by seminars and workshops on specific subjects. The late afternoon event will see a further chance to network.
With views along the coast to the Westermost Rough Wind Farm, The Bridlington Spa is a very fitting setting for OWC 2017!
Offshore Wind Connections 2017 Programme
- 08.00 Registration - Welcome breakfast and networking. The rest of the programme details are coming soon.
- 12.00 TBC
Conference and exhibition Ticket Costs
All tickets include access to the conference and exhibition on May 3-4, 2017.
If you or your business are not already members of Team Humber Marine Alliance,
please contact THMA office manager, Mary Green on 01482 485271
SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES
There are a limited number of Sponsorship and Exhibition opportunities available at OWC2017
- Raise awareness of your company
- products and services with a high calibre
- informed and well-connected audience of offshore wind industry professionals.
Sponsorship packages to suit all budgets, including Platinum Sponsor and Gold Sponsor
For an informal conversation and to find more information about what is on offer with Sponsorships and Exhibition packages, please contact THMA office manager, Mary Green on 01482 485271
How to find Bridlington Spa, the venue for Offshore Wind Connections 2016
Bridlington Spa is easily accessible by both road and rail, with Bridlington railway station and a host of town centre car parks all within 10 minutes walk from the venue.
Directions by road:
From the south and west take the M62 eastbound to junction 36, then the A614 through the Wolds to Bridlington. Follow signs for The Spa/South Beach.
From the north take the A1 to A19/A166 (inland route) or A171/A165 (coastal route).
Directions by rail:
Bridlington is on the East Coast line offering connections from Hull and York to all other destinations throughout the country. On arrival turn right out of the station and cross the coach park onto Hilderthorpe Road. Go straight across and along New Burlington Road until junction with West Street. Turn left and then right onto Neptune Street. Bridlington Spa is visible straight ahead.
Please click below for maps.
TEAM HUMBER MARINE ALLIANCE
This not-for-profit, privately operated business development organisation has a growing membership of 200 companies.
THMA has a focus on the marine and offshore energy sectors based in Yorkshire, Humber and Lincolnshire region.
Established in 1996 as one of the main marine/offshore renewables organisations in the UK, THMA is supported by five local authorities, the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership and key academic institutions.
We have facilitated millions of pounds worth of new business for our members whilst organising overseas trade missions, networking events, exhibitions, workshops and conferences.
Team Humber is actively supporting skills development programmes and is a contributor to the new Humber UTC specialising in Renewables and engineering.
Team Humber Marine Alliance – THMA office manager, Mary Green
200+ member companies
17,000+ member employees
20-year-old not-for-profit private member organisation
Green Port Growth Business Support framework partner
Humber Renewables official exhibition organiser – (with the Humber LEP)
Humber Renewables Champion 2014 - Mail Media & News
Affiliate partner of EEF The manufacturers' organisation