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Sponsors

futureWind&Marine wouldn't be possible without the support of our sponsors, and we are particularly grateful to our 2022 sponsors.

 

If you are interested in sponsoring the 2023 event, please contact futurewind-admin@strath.ac.uk 

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SSE Renewables is leading the transition to a net zero future in the UK, Ireland and globally through the world-class development, construction and operation of renewable energy assets. Part of SSE plc, the UK-listed integrated energy group, SSE Renewables is the UK and Ireland’s clean energy champion and is investing £12.5bn over the next five years, or £7m a day, to deliver a Net Zero Acceleration Programme to address climate change head on.  

 

SSE Renewables is leading the construction of more offshore wind energy than any other company in the world right now. It is currently constructing the world’s largest offshore wind farm, the 3.6GW Dogger Bank Wind Farm in the North Sea, a joint venture with Equinor and Eni, as well as Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm, the 1.1GW Seagreen Offshore Wind Farm in the Firth of Forth, which is a joint venture with TotalEnergies. SSE Renewables has the largest offshore wind development pipeline across the UK and Ireland at around 7GW, and is targeting the delivery of over a quarter of the UK’s 2030 offshore wind target. 

 

SSE Renewables has an operational portfolio of around 4GW of onshore wind, offshore wind and hydro. It owns nearly 2GW of operational onshore wind capacity with a development pipeline of over 1GW under development. Its 1,459MW hydro portfolio includes 300MW of pumped storage and 750MW of flexible hydro and is progressing the development of the consented 1500MW Coire Glas pumped storage scheme in the Scottish Highlands. Its operational offshore wind portfolio consists of 487MW across two offshore joint venture sites, Beatrice and Greater Gabbard, both of which it operates on behalf of its asset partners.   

 

In the last 12 months SSE has started to export SSE Renewables’ capabilities in offshore wind development, construction and operation to international markets. The company is exploring how it can develop new offshore wind farms in countries such as Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain and the United States to help the globe go net zero.

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The Ørsted vision is a world that runs entirely on green energy. Ørsted develops, constructs, and operates offshore and onshore wind farms, renewable hydrogen production plants, solar farms, energy storage facilities, bioenergy plants and provides energy products to its customers. Headquartered in Denmark, Ørsted employs 6,500 people including over 1,100 in the UK and is the leading developer in offshore wind both globally and in the UK.  By the end of 2022 the offshore wind farms operated by Ørsted will generate over 7% of the UK’s electricity. 

 

Ørsted has recently entered into a partnership to develop a floating offshore wind farm off the north-east coast of Scotland and is also developing five onshore wind farms in Scotland. 

Founded in May 2015, Cubico Sustainable Investments is a leading investor in, and long-term owner and operator of, global renewable energy projects. Cubico is jointly owned by Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and PSP Investments. Its global portfolio in 12 countries has an installed gross capacity of around 3 GW, with nearly 2 GW in construction and development. 

 

Cubico is headquartered in London and has offices in Madrid (Spain), Milan (Italy), Athens (Greece), Bordeaux (France), Bogotá (Colombia), Fortaleza and São Paulo (Brazil), Mexico City (Mexico), Montevideo (Uruguay), Stamford (USA) and Sydney and Melbourne (Australia). The company leverages its strong local presence with a unique combination of in-house business development, operations, financial, commercial and technical expertise. 

 

The Cubico team believes that the generation of electricity from renewable sources is not only socially responsible, economically beneficial and sustainable, but is also essential for protecting the environment for current and future generations.

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Siemens Gamesa is a leading supplier of wind power solutions to customers all over the globe. A key player and innovative pioneer in the renewable energy sector, we have installed over 107 GW in 75 countries.

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Onshore wind:

  • 90.8 GW installed worldwide

  • 41 years’ experience in the onshore wind power business

  • Onshore portfolio covering all market requirements

Offshore wind:

  • 16.7 GW installed worldwide

  • Proven track record

  • More than 30 years’ experience in the offshore wind power industry

Service:

  • 74.2 GW under service

  • 32,673 turbines serviced worldwide

  • Service operations in 58 countries

  • More than 32 years’ experience in the wind power industry

Fugro is the world’s leading Geo-data specialist. We unlock insights from Geo-data to help you plan, design, build, operate and maintain your offshore wind farm in a safe, sustainable and efficient manner. Our successful track record, combined with local presence and global knowledge, enables us to support offshore wind farm projects anywhere in the world.

www.Fugro.com

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Mainstream is one of the most successful pure-play developers of offshore wind at scale globally. To date, its business model has been to develop offshore projects, undertaking surveys, initial design work, obtaining necessary consents and negotiating major construction and services contracts, before exiting. For future projects Mainstream intends to retain ownership throughout the construction and operational phases. In 2021, Aker Horizons, a leading planet-positive investment company partnered with Mainstream in an equity investment deal that will enable Mainstream to retain ownership of the plant and to accelerate its global offshore wind expansion plans.

 

Since 2008, Mainstream, working with consortium partners, Siemens Project Ventures, successfully developed Hornsea One (1.2 GW), and Hornsea Two (1.4 GW) offshore windfarms, both located off the East coast of England. Mainstream also developed and consented the Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind project in Scottish Waters (450 MW), currently under construction. These projects represent around 20% of the UK’s offshore wind capacity either in operation or under construction today.

 

In APAC, Mainstream and its local partners continue to develop two offshore wind projects in Vietnam representing 1.9 GW. When built, the Phu Cuong Soc Trang offshore wind project (1.4 GW) will be one of the largest in SE Asia. Phase One (400 MW) is expected to reach financial investment decision in 2022. In Japan, Mainstream is the preferred bidder in a 800 MW floating offshore wind project.

 

Mainstream is active in further key global offshore wind markets including Europe, North America and South America.