Today, BalticWind.EU is launching an innovative news and insight platform for communication, networking and the support of developments of the Baltic offshore supply chain (local content) for companies and stakeholders. Exclusive contributions prepared for the launch of BalticWind.EU include interviews and messages from Members of the European Parliament Morten Petersen and Jerzy Buzek, Wind Europe CEO Giles Dickson, Secretary General of Eurelectric Kristian Ruby, and other high level stakeholders.
The structure of the BalticWind.EU is built on the basis of daily industry news reporting, enriched with expert input, extensive reports and case studies, an exclusive job board dedicated to offshore, exchange of experience and workshops platform, a database of offshore wind projects in all Baltic countries, including ongoing tenders and much more.
“After many weeks of preparations, we give you an innovative platform that aims first and foremost to create opportunities. BalticWind.EU is the space to share the voice of industry representatives, professionals, start-ups founders, analytics, journalists, academic and research centres. We believe that regional cooperation is the key to unlock the enormous potential of the Baltic Sea. Welcome to the #BalticWindNetwork.” - said Paweł Wróbel, Managing Director of BalticWind.EU
The Baltic Sea, as the second largest basin for offshore wind power in the EU has incredible potential for investments in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden of up to 93 GW by 2050. It may be achieved in the most efficient way through regional cooperation and engagement of a broad scope of stakeholders, including industry, governments, local communities and R&D institutions. Investment in Baltic wind farms, including a growing role of joint and hybrid projects, is inevitable to successfully develop an added value for the Baltic Sea business cooperation. The BalticWind.EU platform aims to facilitate offshore supply chain cooperation to boost Baltic local content development.
Soon the platform will offer first events aiming to strengthen the networking between offshore wind professionals within the region. Experts and journalists dealing with energy transition are welcome to participate in dialogue between stakeholders.
Baltic Wind EU is an innovative platform for news, insights, communication and professional networking. Addressing the need for speeding up the process of wind farm investments deployment in the Baltic Sea countries – local industry, SMEs, communities from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden. BalticWind.EU creates opportunity to share the voice of industry representatives, professionals, start-ups founders, analytics, journalists, academic and research centres.