Floating Wind Japan 2024


BlueFloat Energy was delighted to participate yesterday at the “Floating Wind Japan 2024” conference. Walid Oulmane, Head of Ports and Industrialization at BlueFloat Energy, led the panel discussion on «Floating Ports and Work Vessels in an Era of International Interdependence.» The session delved into the implications of global interdependence for offshore wind development, offering valuable insights into the intricacies of today’s interconnected offshore wind landscape.

The panel brought together representatives from port authorities, ports operators, service providers, and vessel owners. They provided their perspective on the unique challenges and opportunities associated with floating offshore wind projects, especially compared to traditional bottom-fixed installations. The discussion spanned topics ranging from global bottlenecks to supply chain optimization, with a key emphasis on the vital role of cooperation between market players in unlocking supply chain opportunities and improving efficiency. ⚙

Walid concluded the discussion stressing the critical role of trust and collaboration in driving success within the industry: «building trust is the first step for building a reliable supply chain.» He further emphasized BlueFloat Energy’s commitment to fostering robust partnerships with various supply chain players to support our projects.

Our participation in events like Floating Wind Japan 2024 confirms our dedication to advancing a constructive discussion around the challenges and opportunities in the industry. BlueFloat Energy remains committed to fostering partnerships, driving innovation, and contributing to the sustainable growth of the Offshore Wind sector. We’re eager to keep working together to build the offshore wind industry!

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