Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference 24 – 26 January 2023
SPERTON‘s presence at the Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference 2023 shows our commitment towards the energy sector primarily helping in achieving the energy transition goals. Our Talent experts Michael Sheridan (UK) and Jaimee Tan (Norway) have been helping organizations in the renewable sector by bridging the talent gap and providing competent resources required to deliver on energy targets.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon opened Scottish Renewables’ Offshore Wind Conference at the SEC in Glasgow.
In her address, she said that “The Scottish Government will do all it can to support the success of offshore wind and its priority must be to intensify the work it is doing together with industry to achieve our shared ambitions of a greener, fairer and more resilient energy system.”
First minister added, “The need to accelerate our energy transition has never been more urgent and so the priority must be to intensify the work we do are doing together to achieve our shared ambition.”
Many current and upcoming projects were presented in the event on how to progress and challenges in the offshore wind ambition including the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) process and emerging green hydrogen. It has been discussed to focus on the supply chain and technology to use to better the avenue and ways to deliver the transition of successful projects for the economy, the environment, and local communities to decarbonize our energy system.
A wonderful way to end the event with a Burns supper at Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference 2023 in one of Glasgow’s most spectacular buildings – Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum. The event welcomed 450 renewable energy professionals for a relaxed evening to enjoy a traditional Scottish hearty feast and networking with industry experts.
Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference 2023 kick-starts another year of dedication to delivering offshore wind sector goals and ensuring it is the technology at the forefront of the energy transition.
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