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(28 - 30 October 2020)


Offshore wind is key to enabling the UK and other global economies to achieve net zero. A strong partnership between industry and government, facilitated by RenewableUK, has been central to the development of offshore wind at the scale and pace required to meet our ambitious targets in the UK. Increasing capacity while addressing barriers to deployment is a strategic priority for the sector, in the UK and abroad, while the need to train a larger, well-skilled and diverse workforce is a main concern for us all.

Global Offshore Wind 2020 addresses these – and many more themes – over a three-day conference with over 400 speakers whose presentations can be viewed on demand. Whether you work for a developer, and OEM, a distributor, any part of the supply chain, or you do analysis, study or write about offshore wind, Global Offshore Wind 2020 is the event to be at.  


(28 - 30 October 2020)

This is your opportunity to get a head-start in our world-leading industry. You’ll hear about the career paths available and get all the tips and tricks to pave your way to a successful career in renewables.

Offshore wind is a crucial part of the UK’s road to decarbonisation. By 2030, the wind turbines off the UK’s coastline will make up the backbone of our green electricity system. But as our industry grows, we need thousands of passionate individuals with the drive to turn concepts on paper into the high-tech wind farms generating the renewable energy our homes and businesses need.

By attending Futures Forum, you will hear from the industry’s leading figures alongside the professionals starting out in the industry today. Hear about day-to-day life in the offshore wind industry and the career paths available to get there. Get advice about your CV and the characteristics that will help you stand out as an applicant.

Students in the UK can register for FREE by sending evidence of your student status to