FWD 2023 Partners
We are delighted to present our six main partners who are all key stakeholders in the floating wind industry and helping to drive the industry forward.
Source Galileo Norge / Odfjell Oceanwind
Source Galileo Norge AS and Odfjell Oceanwind AS combined competence and experience for cost efficient and fast-track floating wind projects. The organization, technologies and capital are designed for development, construction, ownership, and operation for off-grid single units to medium size electrification projects and for giga scale floating wind farms. By making a meaningful contribution to the renewable energy transition across Europe, we are increasing the energy-driven competitiveness of the Norwegian and European economy and safeguarding the environment.
TGS ASA provides scientific data, data-driven solutions and intelligence to companies active in the energy sector. Our offshore wind solutions include market intelligence and consultancy (4C Offshore), a comprehensive data platform (WindAXIOM) coupled with wind, metocean and subsurface data acquisition campaigns for speedier and less costly project development, as well as data management for offshore wind farm operations.
Global energy giant Shell has teamed up wth the innovative utilities Eviny and Lyse in pursuit of opportunities in Norwegian offshore wind. Bringing capacity, competence and experience from the power and offshore industries, the consortium aims to be a key partner in establishing Norway as an international player in global offshore wind.
Deep Wind Offshore / EDF Renewables
Based in Haugesund and with strong industrial owners and partners, Deep Wind Offshore is an international developer and owner of offshore wind projects in numerous countries. The Company has a pipeline of over 10 GW, including 2 GW under development with site exclusivity in South Korea. Deep Wind Offshore has entered a joint venture with the French energy company EDF Renewables on the projects in Norway. EDF Renewables has developed 35 GW renewable energy globally and has been in the offshore wind sector since 2009.
Equinor is the leading floating offshore wind developer and operator and works continuously towards the technology’s industrialization and commercialization. Collaboration is at the core of our industrial model. Together with Norwegian suppliers, we’ve contributed to develop a world leading offshore oil and gas industry in Norway. Our ambition is to do the same for floating offshore wind.
DNV enables floating offshore wind commercialization by providing digital tools and guidance to develop safe, reliable and cost competitive projects. With our industry standards, global presence and 150 years' experience in managing risks of offshore technologies we provide our customers and their stakeholders with confidence to implement the floating offshore wind technology around the world.