Jour 2

Le Corum, Montpellier



Financing and insuring FOW farms : perhaps easier than you think?

Atelier animé par Anne Lapierre, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

A competitiveness tool often forgotten: Insurance

Laurent Vatey - BESSE

Leveraging the existing supply chain and ramping up to industrialization Drivers to commercial maturity through cost reduction and bankability

Guillaume ARDOISE - Principle Power

Financing utility-scale floating offshore wind projects

Clément WEBER - Green Giraffe

Financing of FOWT in light of Japan's new general sea law

Yuichiro Yamaguchi - Development Bank of Japan

Can bank liquidity unlock in Floating Offshore wind?

Anissa EL KHETTAR - BNP Paribas



Harbours infrastructures : bottlenecks or acceleration opportunities?

Atelier animé par Dorothy Winters, Programme Manager Offshore Wind, Port of Amsterdam

Infrastructure requirements for commercial-scale floating offshore wind farms

Alistair Lee - ORE CATAPULT

FOW commercial deployment and ports infrastructures: from the stakes to the requirements. The French case.

Matthieu Monnier - French Wind Energy Association (FEE)

Fabrication capabilities for Floating Windfarm development

Boris Carlier - SAIPEM S.A

Extension of Port-La-Nouvelle, first hub for renewable marine energies in Mediterranean sea

Denis Massol - Région Occitanie

Cocktail déjeunatoire


Floating offshore wind, the New Frontier : new markets, new opportunities

Atelier animé par Bruno Geschier, Chairman of WindEurope’s Floating Offshore Wind Taskforce

U.S. Offshore Floating Wind Opportunities

Joan Barminski - U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), U.S. Department of the Interior

Towards the 1GW Floating Offshore Wind Farm, Ulsan, Korea

Hyunkyoung SHIN - University of Ulsan

To be announced

Carlos Guerrero - Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat

Floating offshore wind, the New Frontier – a WTG supplier view

Albert Winnemuller - MHI Vestas Offshore Wind