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Event Sponsors

FutureWind&Marine wouldn't be possible without the support of our industrial sponsors, and we are particularly grateful to our 2023 sponsors listed below.

We are currently looking for sponsors for our 2024 event. If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact

Headline Sponsor


SSE Renewables is a leading developer and operator of renewable energy, headquartered in the UK and Ireland, with a growing presence internationally. Its strategy is to lead the transition to a net zero future through the world-class development, construction and operation of renewable power assets and it is building more offshore wind energy than any other company in the world. Part of the FTSE-listed SSE plc, SSE Renewables is taking action to double its installed renewable energy capacity to 8GW by 2026 as part of its Net Zero Acceleration Programme, and increase renewables output fivefold to over 50TWh annually by 2031.

Debate and secondary sponsor

Born out of a strategic alliance between EDP Renewables and ENGIE, Ocean Winds develops, finances, builds and operates offshore wind farms all over the world. Ocean Winds increases its gross capacity day by day generating clean energy for millions of homes and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Ocean Winds is taking offshore wind power generation to its full potential, leading the global energy transition into a greener future.

Secondary Sponsor 

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Founded in May 2015, Cubico Sustainable Investments is one of the world’s largest privately-owned renewable energy companies. Cubico is jointly owned by Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and PSP Investments. Its global portfolio in 12 countries has an installed capacity of around 2.7 GW, with 400 MW in construction and over 2 GW under development.


Cubico is headquartered in London and has offices in Madrid (Spain), Milan (Italy), Athens (Greece), Bogotá (Colombia), 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.

Secondary Sponsor 

Frazer-Nash are a UK based engineering consultancy with over 1000 members of staff servicing a wide range of sectors. We have a significant and growing portfolio of project experience in wind energy providing technical services to OEMs, Developers, Operators, and Investors. This has included a large body of work both commercially and in R&D concerning wake modelling, yield assessment and uncertainty. We also occupy a market leading position in floating wind, having worked on 7 floating site development projects for a major European OEM, supported 3 developers throughout different stages of floating projects, and supported 2 floating foundation designers with turbine model development and coupled load analysis.


Poster Prize Sponsor 


Wood Thilsted is a consulting firm that specializes in offshore wind engineering, working to design the transition to clean energy. The company has extensive experience in all aspects of offshore wind, from project exploration to operation and lifetime extension. It partners with clients and other project teams to improve efficiency and lower costs. Wood Thilsted offers a range of services, including energy and climate analytics, geotechnical or geophysical support, detailed design, survey management, and project delivery, through the full project life cycle or at specific stages. The company has a global presence and dedicated offices in each market in which it operates, providing local knowledge and access to global teams. Wood Thilsted aims to deliver the best outcomes for its clients.

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