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Partners

We are proud to have an invaluable group of partners who support our work. At this stage the following organisations are partners in the FOW CoE. As the programme of work develops, relationships with further industrial, academic and stakeholder partners shall be formalised.

Image: Turbines at sea, part of a floating wind network

Industry Partners

BlueFloat Energy
www.bluefloat.com

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners Logo

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners
www.cip.com

CORIO logo

Corio Generation
www.coriogeneration.com

Flotation Energy
www.flotationenergy.com

Mainstream Renewable Power Logo

Mainstream Renewable Power
www.mainstreamrp.com

Northland Power Logo

Northland Power
www.northlandpower.com

Ocean Winds Logo
Scottish Power Renewables Logo

Scottish Power Renewables
www.scottishpowerrenewables.com 

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Simply Blue Group
www.simplybluegroup.com

Total Energies Logo

Total Energies
www.totalenergies.com

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Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy
www.supergen-ore.net

Academic Partners

The Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence and the Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Hub have agreed to collaborate together in order to support the development and delivery of a number of co-funded research and development projects, focused on floating offshore wind. The projects will look to involve both supply chain and academic partners working in close collaboration to tackle key research challenges identified by the FOWCoE and the Supergen ORE Hub Research Landscape. The format of the projects are therefore actively looking to support the development of strategic relationships between academic partners and supply chain organisations, supporting the acceleration the commercialisation of floating offshore wind.

Projects will be delivered under the Supergen ORE Hub Flexible Funding model, using an innovative co-funded process developed by the Supergen ORE Hub and the Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence.  More details regarding co-funded opportunities from the Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence and the Supergen (ORE) Hub will be made available in due course.

Supply Chain Partnerships

 

The FOW CoE has established relationships with the offshore wind clusters in the UK – particularly those with most interest in floating offshore wind, DeepWind, Forth and Tay, Celtic Sea. At this stage our broader supply chain engagement is channelled through them.

The FOW CoE shall engage directly with the supply chain on a number of more focused topics. This engagement shall take the following forms:

  • Opportunity to secure support for Technology Qualification activities;
  • Opportunity to tender for the delivery of consultancy work;
  • Opportunity to respond to industry partner innovation challenges;
  • Involvement in a number of focused, project specific, working groups or forums;
  • Sharing relevant information, resources and news via social media, blogs, webinars and public project reports.

Government Partnership

The FOW CoE has a long-standing relationship with the UK government and welcome ongoing support from the Department for Energy, Security and Net Zero. This is important to the success of the programme, as is the close working relationship with other devolved governments in Scotland and Wales.

 

 

Government Partnership

The FOW CoE has a long-standing relationship with the UK government and welcome ongoing support from the Department for Energy, Security and Net Zero. This is important to the success of the programme, as is the close working relationship with other devolved governments in Scotland and Wales.

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