For the 8th consecutive year the Dutch Government organizes an extensive program during Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference.
Offshore Wind Masterclasses
The Government of the Netherlands hosts a program during OEEC 2023 where it hosts (invite-only) masterclass sessions and workshops on offshore wind for foreign government officials. The program brings together international government officials and a select group of foreign business partners, aiming to build new partnerships, enhance international relations and to share knowledge and the latest (policy) developments. During the afternoon the foreign guests will visit the exhibition floor.
The Dutch government can be found on OEEC’s exhibition floor at stand no. 1.327-1. The NL Pavilion is a gathering point for entrepreneurs, start-ups and government experts in offshore wind and green hydrogen. Start-ups in offshore wind have been given a spot at the pavilion so they can meet the international supply chain at OEEC23. At the pavilion you can also find an overview of what has been accomplished so far in offshore wind in the Netherlands. The Dutch government also focuses on trade promotion in renewable energy. Find out more about trade promotion at the pavilion to amongst others: Poland, the Baltics and Ireland.
Latvian offshore winds has reached Amsterdam! Join the gathering of untapped opportunities for collaboration in offshore wind development in Latvia hosted by the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA). During this this meeting we aspire to share insights, discuss potential synergies, and collectively envision the potential future of offshore wind development. We appreciate your consideration and kindly ask you to mark your calendar for this engagement. Open access – doors close when room is full
10:30 – 12:00
Meeting room L103-L104 [Closed session]
North Seas Offshore Wind Port Study 2030-2050
A new report from the North Seas Energy Cooperation (NSEC) calls for “immediate action” on developing new port infrastructure and upgrading existing port facilities as the study behind the report found the joint offshore wind target of the nine NSEC countries for 2030 is unlikely to be met otherwise.
For invited and registered OEEC guests. Session will also be broadcasted via livestream.
Knowledge session on legislation development for foreign government officials and invited guests.
For invited guests
13:30 – 16:00
Amtrium hall [Registration required]
Workshop Offshore Wind Energy in the Netherlands
How does the permitting process work for the largest offshore wind farms to date, IJmuiden Ver Wind Farm Sites Alpha and Beta? Latest developments in offshore wind in the Netherlands. By Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate policy / Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO). Session will be broadcasted via livestream.
Knowledge and innovation sessions for foreign government officials and invited guests.
13:30 – 14:30
Conference Area – Hall 2
Conference closing session: Opportunities in a transforming market
A smooth supply chain is essential in realizing the energy transition. A changing geopolitical landscape and shortages of critical materials are making business challenging. But the energy transition creates opportunities too. High demands are needed to reach the climate goals. In this session we focus on the business opportunities that come with a transforming market. This conference session is made in collaboration Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO).
Tickets Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference
Register here to attend Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2023. Your ticket includes access to the exhibition floor and all the conference sessions.