As Massachusetts has embarked on passing legislation that will create the beginning of a U.S. pipeline of offshore wind projects, the framework that is being developed by multiple research institutions connected with the emerging Massachusetts offshore wind industry will help establish the credibility, trust and quality communication necessary for advancing innovation effectively.
This International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF) session will introduce the basic concepts behind a data-driven, multi-disciplinary system-level framework for offshore wind research to galvanize academia, industry, stakeholders, and policy makers. The session chairs will then moderate a dialogue aimed at vetting the proposed research framework from multiple points of view including the private, public, and academic sectors. The aim is to create a resilient, low-risk, productive, and world-leading offshore wind infrastructure and portfolio of wind farms with bankable, regulatable, insurable and litigable innovations.
This is your chance to be on the ground floor. Don’t miss this opportunity. The Business Network for Offshore Wind’s IPF has the most relevant topics and discussions from the top developers and global market experts. Register today – seats are filling fast! Learn about opportunities, engage in the industry and network with the best. Follow us on Twitter for timely announcements @offshorewindus and see what’s trending on #2016IPF.
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