Marine Wind Day


February 10th, 2023

What will be the driving economic effect of floating offshore wind, from the perspective of the local industry in Galicia?

“The ports of A Coruña and Ferrol, as well as companies in the Galician metallurgical and naval sectors, will play a significant role in the manufacturing of the platforms and the assembly of the wind turbines. Additionally, it will be necessary to have qualified personnel in the area for the operation and maintenance tasks of the wind farm… We are facing a great opportunity for economic and employment development in Ferrolterra and the rest of Galicia.” Jorge Porres, Senior Director of Engineering & Supply Chain de BlueFloat Energy, during his participation in the Round Table: “Opportunities and technical challenges of the offshore wind industry” at the “Marine Wind Day” organized by ITG Technology Center and Club de Derecho de la Construcción y la Ingeniería – CDCI. (

Alongside our partner Sener, we are developing Parque Nordés, an offshore wind farm designed with and for the territory. It is due to this commitment to the territory and the local value chain that, in 2022, Parque Nordés signed a Collaboration Agreement with the Galician Metal Industry Association GOE-Asime to ensure that Galician industries integrated within GOE become preferred suppliers for the offshore wind farm in the future. Learn more about the project:

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