Norwegian Offshore Wind is aiming to be the strongest supply chain for floating offshore wind world wide. Norway have a very strong petro-maritime supply chain, well fit to take, and hold this position. Companies like Equinor, Aker Solutions and Kværner are in the forefront already, as a number of other Norwegian based companies. Membership is open for any type of company or organization, international as well.
In November 2018 Norwegian Offshore Wind was awarded the position as a ARENA Cluster, through Norwegian Innovation Clusters.
As a member of Norwegian Offshore Wind you will be well informed about the development of offshore wind both in a Global, European and National perspective. You will be invited to meetings, workshops, seminars, conferences, international travels, demonstrations and likewise. As a member your company will have the possibility to give direct input to the cluster administration and steering committee, as to influence administrative and political decisions on a national level. The cluster administration also provide innovation consultancy towards innovation and R&D projects, and help your company to connect to R&D institutes with the relevant competence, and to other companies, all to strengthen the position for your company in this marked.
Membership for 2022 is as follows
(NB! 50 % discount from September):
*Criteria’s for the Startups category:
Our goal is to increase profits by cooperating on innovation and market opportunities in offshore wind.
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