Organised by Bluesign, Seanergy is the international leading event, dedicated to Offshore Renewable Energy, held in a different French coastal city every year. The event showcases the industry by covering all technologies: fixed and floating wind power, tidal energy, wave energy, marine thermal energy (SWAC & OTEC), floating solar (FPV), salinity gradients energy and related industries such as: energy storage, digital, decarbonated maritime transports (wind-powered & hydrogen), drones or eco-designed materials…
The event brings together more than 3,500 international players (politicians, ordering institutions (energy operators and industrials), technological experts, NGOs, researchers, investors, and subcontractors) around an exhibition area gathering +250 exhibitors from around the world, industrial and technical talks & presentations, business meetings, pitches and workshops on specific topics related to blue growth economy. Seanergy also gives the opportunity to visit the top sites of the French offshore renewable energy players and get first-hand insights on how the French industry is on the job to deliver new and compelling projects.
Seanergy aims to support, gather and strengthen synergies for all the players of the offshore wind and marine renewable energy industry to contribute in accelerating its structuration, promoting its development in France and worldwide and, of course, supporting green and blue growth!
In partnership with Normandy region, this 2022 edition will take place from June 15 to 17 in Le Havre, Normandy -France.
With the strong growth of the global offshore renewable energy market, the objectives set by the European Union and more recently by the French government, and the ongoing acceleration for this promising industry, Seanergy 2022 promises to be an exciting event for all, not to be missed.
More information on www.seanergy-forum.com or contact Sabrina Peseux, Managing Director of Bluesign – [email protected] //Twitter: @BluesignEvents l LinkedIn: Bluesign BS l Instagram: Bluesign_emr
Flashback on previous editions
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2021: Nantes (in the caption below) // 2019: Dunkerque // 2018: Cherbourg // 2017: Le Havre // 2016: Biarritz