Australia was ranked the 6th most attractive renewable energy market in EY’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index 2022, primarily supported by solar PV, solar CSP and onshore wind. Join us in at Australia’s largest Wind Energy Conference and Exhibition this July to discuss topics including the state of Victoria’s OSW goals of 2GW by 2032 and 9 GW by 2040 and the roadmap to reaching their estimated total technical fixed and floating potential.
When: 25th – 26th July
Where: Stand W39, Australian Wind Energy 2023, MCEC Melbourne
Who will be on the stand?
Who will be on-stand?
Energy and marine consultants representing the group’s Australian operations, providing technical support to marine renewable energies across the full life-cycle of an asset, from early feasibility and planning, development and engineering, through to construction and operations, will be attending on stand.
This includes representatives from the following group companies:
OWC – supporting offshore wind project developers and investors with project development services, owners’ engineering and technical due diligence
ABL – world-leading experts in marine warranty survey (MWS) for the offshore wind market and other marine renewable energy markets, marine surveys, inspections and audits, and offering expert witness and litigation support
Meet our experts at stand W39:
- David Wotherspoon – Head of new Geographies
- Damien Pasco – Project Manager
- Adam Solomons – Australian East Coast Manager
Contact us in advance to book a meeting in advance on the stand.