The 3rd US Offshore Wind 2018 Conference and Exhibition, June 7 - 8, Boston, MA

  • 7 June 2018 To 8 June 2018
  • Event Location : 50 Park Plaza, Boston, MA, United States
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Event Description

The USOW18 event is THE #1 networking hub for businesses that are looking to invest, find partners or secure contracts for upcoming US offshore wind projects. USOW18 unites 1000+ executives and covers everything you need to know about the US offshore wind industry, including market updates, financing, permitting, supply chain and cost-reduction strategies Plus, you can attend two NEW breakout sessions focused on Commercializing Floating Wind Turbines and US Offshore Wind Supply Chain Opportunities.

  • Event type
    • Conference

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