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Dear Offshore Wind Community,
How can we as an industry contribute to a green recovery after the corona-crisis? Which innovations can bring down costs and minimise the environmental impact of offshore wind farms? How can Germany and the UK cooperate in future offshore wind projects? Join our virtual event to learn more about these and other important questions around offshore wind energy in Germany and the UK.
13:30 Admission & Virtual Networking – Join us around small virtual tables on the Remo platform for an informal exchange before the event starts
14:00 Welcome by Robbie Bulloch, Deputy Head of Mission, British Embassy Berlin and Stefan Thimm, Managing Director, Bundesverband der Windparkbetreiber Offshore e.V. (BWO)
14:15 Offshore Wind's Contribution to a Green Recovery in Germany and the UK: Perspectives and Potential Co-Operation – Dr Patrick Graichen, Director, Agora Energiewende
14:25 Chat with Catrin Jung, Member of Board, BWO
14:35 Offshore Wind Innovations
15:05 Contribution of an Innovative, Sustainable Supply Chain to a Green Recovery – Moderated Panel Discussion
15:25 Closing Words – Stefan Thimm, Managing Director, BWO
15:30 Optional Virtual Networking
*may be subject to changes
Research Impact Fellow in Circular Economy &
Sustainable Offshore Wind Development,
University of Leeds
End of Life Environmental Footprint of Assets at the Outset of Project Planning
Sign up here before 17 November 2020 if you would like to join our virtual event. Once you have successfully registered, you will receive a confirmation email including a link to the online event space Remo. The email will further contain all relevant information on technical requirements.
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