The Supergen ORE Hub virtually exhibited and attended Renewable UK's Global Offshore Wind on 28, 29 and 30 October 2020. The event also saw the launch of our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in Engineering scoping study. The scoping report was researched and written by Stefi McMaster, a PhD student in Psychology and part of the Centre for Human Factors at the University of Hull. The report has been funded by the Supergen ORE Hub and led by Aura at University of Hull, with support from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
About Global Offshore Wind
Offshore wind is key to enabling the UK and other global economies to achieve net zero. A strong partnership between industry and government, facilitated by RenewableUK, has been central to the development of offshore wind at the scale and pace required to meet our ambitious targets in the UK. Increasing capacity while addressing barriers to deployment is a strategic priority for the sector, in the UK and abroad, while the need to train a larger, well-skilled and diverse workforce is the main concern for us all.
Global Offshore Wind 2020 addresses these – and many more themes – over a three-day conference with over 400 speakers whose presentations can be viewed on demand. Whether you work for a developer, an OEM, a distributor, any part of the supply chain, or you do analysis, study or write about offshore wind, Global Offshore Wind 2020 is the event to be at.
Global Offshore Wind 2020 is more than a virtual conference: it is an immersion experience into the fascinating and topic world of offshore wind, with a deep dive into the role of offshore wind in the green economic recovery, international challenges and opportunities, barriers and openings, innovation and new markets.