Ørsted at Global Offshore Wind

Join us at RenewableUK’s Global Offshore Wind event and hear from our expert speakers.

With a spotlight on the current energy crisis and combatting climate change on the global agenda, this year’s Global Offshore Wind will focus on next generation offshore wind and what that holds for the industry while facing the challenges of scaling up and speed of project rollout. 

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The two-day conference and exhibition will see experts discuss the deployment of floating wind, decarbonisation, market design, delivering power-to-X projects and more.

Visit us at Manchester Central Arena, 21-22 June 2022

We look forward to welcoming you at stand 141.

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Ørsted is the global leader in offshore wind with 7.5GW installed. It is our ambition to increase this total to 30GW by 2030. We develop, construct, own and operate offshore wind farms in Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK, and have development projects in Taiwan and the USA.

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The UK leads the way in offshore wind deployment, and we are also the UK leader in offshore wind with 4.9GW operational. Our UK offshore wind farms produce enough green electricity to power over 4.2 million homes.

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Our speakers will share expertise and experience from Ørsted’s 30 years’ experience developing offshore wind and adding value to global economies and communities where we operate, realising a green transformation to become world’s most sustainable energy company.

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Our speakers:

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Duncan Clark, Ørsted’s Head of Region UK

To meet the crucial climate targets, industry needs to step and deliver unprecedented amounts of capacity. Ørsted’s head of region UK, Duncan Clark, will join a panel of fellow industry leaders as they discuss what is being done by government, stakeholders, and industry to speed up the delivery of projects to meet 2030 targets and question whether the industrial capacity and supply chain are ready to deliver offshore wind at the scale necessary. The panel will also explore how industry is actively growing the workforce and fostering the essential skills to deliver net zero.

The session, 2030 Unlocked: Time to deliver, will take place at 11.00 in Charter 2 & 3 (Conference Stream A) on the 21 June 2022.

Benj Sykes, Ørsted UK’s Head of Market Development, Consenting and External Affairs

Benj Sykes, Ørsted UK’s Head of Market Development, Consenting and External Affairs

Benj Sykes, Ørsted UK’s Head of Market Development, Consenting and External Affairs, will join a panel of experts as they discuss what makes a good partnership within the offshore wind industry. The discussion will take place in the Partnership Hub which will showcase the best examples of local and global offshore wind partnerships.

The session, What makes a good partnership?, will take place at 12.00 in the Partnership Hub on the 21 June 2022.

Ørsted’s head of stakeholder relations & regulatory affairs, Jane Cooper

Jane Cooper, Head of Stakeholder Relations & Regulatory Affairs, Ørsted UK

Ørsted’s head of stakeholder relations & regulatory affairs, Jane Cooper will join fellow panel members as they explore how to build the net zero power grid. The topical discussion will examine how our consumption of energy will change as we move to a zero-carbon grid, where the gaps are in the current grid capacity, how to integrate long term storage into the grid and more.

The session, Building the net zero power grid, will take place at 14.15 in Charter 2 & 3 (Conference Stream A) on the 21 June 2022.
Gabriel Davis, Ørsted’s Global Program Director for Floating Wind

Gabriel Davies, Ørsted’s Global Programme Director for Floating Wind

Recent auctions have unlocked the potential for large scale floating development. But next winners must permit, design, and deliver. Ørsted’s global programme director for floating wind, Gabriel Davies, will join fellow industry experts as they discuss what the industry needs to do to deliver this capacity and build a supply chain that will match the pipeline.

The session, Floating wind: building a global industry, will take place at 11.00 in Charter 2 & 3 (Conference Stream A) on the 22 June 2022.
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Emma Hospes, Head of Strategic Environment, Ørsted UK

Emma Hospes, Ørsted’s Head of Strategic Environment, joins a panel of fellow experts as they explore the risks and opportunities that exist for nature enhancement in offshore wind development, the opportunities for cost-effective strategies that can be utilised in the build-out of new offshore wind farms and the responsibility for strategy, execution, and cost of nature enhancement.

The session, Offshore wind & marine nature enhancement, will take place at 13.00 in Charter 2 & 3 (Conference Stream A) on the 21 June 2022.
Jason Ledden, Senior Construction Manager, Ørsted UK

Jason Ledden, Senior Construction Manager, Ørsted UK

Senior Construction Manager, Jason Ledden will join Adam Christopher, Co-Founder of Active Training Team (ATT) as they present Thrive – an award-winning collaborative immersive safety programme based in Immingham, Lincolnshire.
 
The session, Ørsted + ATT: Thrive – working in collaboration to create a pioneering, Safety Leadership Programme, will take place at 11.10 in the Partnerships Hub on the 21 June 2022.
David Wellard, Regulatory Affairs Manager at Ørsted UK

David Wellard, Regulatory Affairs Manager, Ørsted UK

What impact does the government’s 2035, net zero grid, target have on the electricity market? David Wellard, Regulatory Affairs Manager at Ørsted, will join fellow industry experts to discuss this and explore if the current market instrument is fit for net zero and a zero-carbon energy system.

The session, Is it time to rethink net zero market design?, will take place at 16.45 in Charter 1 (Conference Stream B) on the 21 June 2022.
Emma Toulson, Lead Stakeholder Advisor, Ørsted UK

Emma Toulson, Lead Stakeholder Advisor, Ørsted UK

Ørsted UK’s Lead Stakeholder Advisor and OWIC Clusters Workstream Lead for the Humber Cluster, Emma Toulson will join fellow industry experts in a panel discussing offshore wind supply chain clusters.
 
The session, Offshore wind supply chain clusters: collaborating to compete, will take place at 16.10 in the Partnerships Hub on the 22 June 2022.
Lauren Little, Stakeholder Advisor, Ørsted UK

Lauren Little, Stakeholder Advisor, Ørsted UK

In this Ørsted sponsored Student Programme session, Stakeholder Advisor for the Humber, Lauren Little joins Ørsted wind turbine technician, Leah Clough and apprentice wind turbine technician, Harry Sampson together with an expert panel as they discuss the benefits of choosing a career in offshore wind.

The session, Why choose a career in Offshore Wind?, will take place at 12.30 in Charter 4: Supply Chain Studio on the 22 June 2022.
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Hayes Framme, Ørsted’s Head of New Markets and Supply Chain

After a successful New York Bight auction, US offshore wind is taking off but what needs to happen to make these leases a reality? Hayes Framme, Ørsted’s Head of New Markets and Supply Chain, joins the discussion as the panel explore how the permitting process in the can US be streamlined, what solutions and innovations will help US offshore wind projects get connected to the grid and more.
 
The session, What needs to happen to realise US offshore wind projects?, will take place at 15.45 in Charter 2 & 3 (Conference Stream A) on the 22 June 2022. 
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Marc Adams, Supply Chain Development Manager, Ørsted UK

Marc Adams, Supply Chain Development Manager for Ørsted UK, will chair a panel exploring best practise in tendering and what that looks like from the procurement perspective. The session will also provide the opportunity to ask industry experts questions during the roundtable discussion.
 
The session, Offshore Wind Tendering – The do’s & don’ts, will take place at 15.45 in Charter 4: Supply Chain Studio on the 21 June 2022.
Leah Clough, Wind Turbine Technician, Ørsted UK

Leah Clough, Wind Turbine Technician, Ørsted UK

In this Ørsted sponsored Student Programme session, Ørsted wind turbine technician, Leah Clough joins Stakeholder Advisor for the Humber, Lauren Little and apprentice wind turbine technician, Harry Sampson together with an expert panel as they discuss the benefits of choosing a career in offshore wind.
 
The session, Why choose a career in Offshore Wind?, will take place at 12.30 in Charter 4: Supply Chain Studio on the 22 June 2022.
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David Bould, Ørsted’s Lead R&D Specialist

David Bould, Lead R&D Specialist in Ørsted’s Innovation team, joins an expert panel discussing how academia can support the growth of the offshore wind industry.
 
The session, How can academia support the growth of the offshore wind industry?, will take place at 11.15 in the Partnerships Hub on the 22 June 2022.
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Harry Sampson, Apprentice Wind Turbine Technician, Ørsted UK

In this Ørsted sponsored Student Programme session, Ørsted apprentice wind turbine technician, Harry Sampson joins wind turbine technician, Leah Clough and Stakeholder Advisor for the Humber, Lauren Little together with an expert panel as they discuss the benefits of choosing a career in offshore wind.
 
The session, Why choose a career in Offshore Wind?, will take place at 12.30 in Charter 4: Supply Chain Studio on the 22 June 2022.
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