ABS: Sustainable Insights: Innovation to Support the Growing Offshore Wind Market
Demand for wind farm support vessels is expected to increase in order to support planned construction projects for both fixed and floating offshore wind farms. In The International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) recent report Offshore Wind Outlook, global offshore wind capacity is anticipated to reach 560GW by 2040, totaling $840 billion investment.
How is the industry positioned to support growing development with existing assets and technology?
In this 30-minute webinar, Matt Tremblay, SVP Global Offshore and Dr. Wei Huang, Director Global Offshore Support, will discuss the latest technologies supporting vessel innovation for offshore wind projects. We will also address how class can help support owners and operators meet regulatory requirements for successful installations.
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