SLR at Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference
The global spotlight is firmly on offshore wind. In Scotland, a short term pipeline of 6.9GW and the staggering ScotWind results have outlined the scale of things to come. At the Offshore Wind Conference 2023, Scottish Renewables will bring together experts from across industry, supply chain and stakeholders to review the state of our offshore wind ambitions. The Offshore Wind Conference 2023 kickstarts another year of dedication to delivering our offshore wind goals and ensuring it is the technology at the forefront of the energy transition.
We are delighted to be exhibiting at the conference, taking place on 25 & 26 January at the SEC, Glasgow. You can find us at stand G6.
The conference will explore:
- The latest news and views from stakeholders at the heart of offshore wind discussions
- How to access supply chain opportunities and who to engage with to grow your offshore wind business line
- How consenting and grid challenges are being addressed by industry and government initiatives
- The latest work going on to maximise opportunity for Scottish ports and manufacturing, deepening the energy transition and supporting green hydrogen ambitions
SLR is at the forefront of providing technical and professional services to the Power and Energy sectors around the world. We support regulators, producers, generators and users. Our dedicated power team has a real commitment to delivering the best level of advice and expertise, encompassing the complete power project lifecycle and low carbon energy spectrum. Find out more about the services we offer via the materials below. Please contact us if you would like to discuss our services in more detail.
- Global Company Profile 2.67 MB pdf
- SLR in Europe 4.39 MB pdf
- Energy Transition Playbook 17.11 MB pdf
- Energy Transition Brochure 1.15 MB pdf
- Introduction to OpEn - part of SLR: LVIA services 1.00 MB pdf
- SLR - supporting Scotwind 823.38 KB pdf
- Clearlead - part of SLR: Offshore Renewable Energy Development Plan II Case Study 699.54 KB pdf