Offshore WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition

October 13-15, 2021   |   Boston, MA   |   Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport

Offshore wind is America’s next major energy source.

Wind represents a generational opportunity to create jobs and bolster the economy.

Offshore wind is an abundant clean energy solution for large population centers looking to source more of their power from clean sources, and falling costs make it increasingly economical.

Two million acres of federal waters in the New York Bight, California, North Carolina and South Carolina could be auctioned for commercial leases in 2021, and areas in the Gulf of Maine and in California could be auctioned in 2022. This activity could generate over $1.5 billion in U.S. Treasury revenue.

Offshore wind is a once-in-a-generation opportunity and its momentum forward continues leading into ACP’s Offshore WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition this fall. The event has cultivated a dedicated and thriving global community of top developers and experts. As more steel goes in the water, this event will only continue to grow in value and scope.

Did you know?

  • President Biden’s goal of 30 GW of Offshore Wind deployed by 2030 will trigger more than $12 billion per year in capital investment in projects on both U.S. coasts.
  • Offshore wind development could attract $57 billion of investment into the U.S. economy by 2030.
  • Offshore wind could create 83,000 new well-paying jobs by 2030.
  • There are more than 27,000 megawatts (MW) of offshore wind potential under development on the East Coast, and there is room for further opportunity.
  • States have established more than 29,000 MW of offshore wind procurement targets to date.
  • Developers plan to bring 9,100 MW of offshore wind online by 2026 by developing 13 offshore wind projects.

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

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Pre-con Seminar: Supply Chain 101

Wednesday, October 13, 2021 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM ET

This pre-conference seminar will provide a helpful tutorial for those who are looking at the business opportunities of the emerging offshore wind industry by reviewing the market projections, breaking down the different elements and taxonomy of an offshore wind project; examining the various procurement and contracting processes; and providing general timelines.

Visibility Opportunities

Gain Exposure

Whether you’re launching a new product or working to expand your market share, sponsoring, exhibiting, or securing meeting space will generate exposure for your company that helps establish you as an industry leader.

  • Exhibition: A booth gives your company limitless opportunities to increase sales, reach new buyers, close deals, and strengthen your brand. Complete the exhibitor form to secure your space today.
  • Sponsorship: Go beyond the exhibit hall and promote your organization with high-impact sponsorship opportunities. As a sponsor you get to demonstrate your company’s value to attendees while they learn and network.
  • Meeting Rooms: Whether you’re brainstorming a new partnership or finalizing a scope of work for an upcoming project, nothing beats face-to-face meetings.

Reach out to Angela Bell to learn more about visibility opportunities available at the 2021 event and discuss your goals.

Stay with Us

Use our discounted group rate to book your stay at the brand new Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport, situated in the center of the bustling Seaport neighborhood with unobstructed waterfront views and just minutes from Boston Harbor and Boston Logan Airport.

Offshore wind: The next American energy source

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Exhibit

Increase sales, reach new buyers, close deals, scope out the competition and strengthen your brand by exhibiting at Offshore WINDPOWER 2021. Complete the exhibitor form to secure your space today.

Sponsoring gives you the opportunity to broadcast your company brand to those who matter most.

Sponsor

Broadcast your brand to a diverse group of Offshore wind professionals and demonstrate your company’s value to attendees while they learn and network, leaving a lasting impression on attendees.