On the 21st and 22nd of September, Ocean Winds sponsored and participated in the 2022 Offshore Conference organized by Wind Energy Ireland in Dublin.
One of the main focuses of the event was to highlight the need for energy independence in Ireland, especially in the current European context. The conference covered a range of topics the aimed to demonstrate Ireland’s potential to not only become energetically independent, but to become a global referent in the offshore wind energy sector.
OW is committed in playing a part in enabling Ireland to achieve its 2030 and wider Net Zero ambitions. We started with the proposal of two projects Celtic Horizon and Réalt na Mara. That’s why Ocean Winds participated in this event as a sponsor, which gave us the opportunity to share with the attendees present more about our company, our international projects, and objectives. We believe that our background, expertise, strength, and experience in delivering offshore wind projects will support the Irish economy to make best use of one of its most abundant resources. As Ocean Winds, our objective is focusing on generating clean energy, with projects that the Irish economy can also benefits.
Many experts and members of the renewable energy sector participated in the event, including Eamon Ryan, Irish Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications and Minister for Transport, demonstrating the Irish government’s support for renewable energy.