Virtual roundtable on Off-shore wind

Virtual roundtable on Off-shore wind

India and the European Union have been working closely together on enabling offshore wind in India and the EU-India Clean Energy and Climate Partnership (CECP) project endeavours to continue supporting the concerned stakeholders in the domain of offshore wind. Since offshore is still an evolving area in India, a virtual roundtable capturing perspectives from European experts on industry best practices relating to port requirement will greatly assist the port authorities and other relevant stakeholders in the offshore supply chain to benefit from experiences and learnings, which shall help them with successful deployment in India. 

The overall objective of this virtual roundtable conference is to ensure that the latest European knowledge and technology on what is needed in terms of ports, to facilitate offshore wind is transferred to potential Indian counterparts, that possible gaps are identified, and solutions are proposed based on project experiences in EU. The virtual roundtable will focus on presenting the current readiness of major offshore ports (Tamil Nadu and Gujarat) in India and subsequent sharing of technical knowledge by EU port players (in Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Germany and France) on actual requirements in port infrastructure for project development. Additionally, discussion on key learnings from FOWPI and other similar initiatives is also envisaged during the session.

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