Klik venligst
danmarks-rederiforening.gif

Danish offshore wind campaign in the USA

Danish offshore wind campaign in the USA

09-11-2017 10:39:06


Following the growing interest of Danish companies in the fast-growing offshore wind turbine sector in the North American market, the Export Council in North America is conducting an offshore wind event in the summer of 2018 in collaboration with Offshoreenergy.dk.

"The American offshore wind industry is developing rapidly, and Denmark has world-class offshore companies, eager to work with North American partners. Therefore, it makes sense for the Export Council to further develop this initiative, and I look forward to seeing this vision come true," says Glenda Napier, CEO at Offshoreenergy.dk.

The event in 2018 is aimed at Danish offshore wind companies with an interest in promoting the development of their supply chain in the Northeast States through cooperation with US companies.
In the coming months, the Export Council will continue the cooperation with Offshoreenergy.dk to determine details about the time at which Danish companies are involved, which American companies and states to visit.

Source: Offshoreenergy.dk / Maritime Denmark


Klik venligst

< Front page

Copyright © Maritime Denmark



Breaking News

- Maersk Supply closes deal in Australia
- Deepwater Horizon costs BT extra 1,7 Billion
- Ørsted plans to expand in Taiwan
- Ørsted exceeds prior expectations for 2017
- Maersk Drilling gets rig contract extended
- Maersk Drilling sells last business in Egypt
- Viking Supply Ships once again in deficit
- Maersk-rig re-opens preceding fatal accident
- Ørsed closes the deal on Borkum Riffgrund 2
- One dead after Maersk Interceptor accident
- Semco signs important Ørsted-contract
- EU approves Totals purchase of Maersk Oil


Todays Top 5

- Maersk Supply closes deal in Australia
- Submarine crew died in a split second


This weeks Top 10

- Danish cruise passengers eliminate Copenhagen
- Norwegian ferry service decision by Easter
- Cruiseship passengers sleeps in Copenhagen
- Sanchi tanker has sunk after big explosion
- Ørsted plans to expand in Taiwan
- Deepwater Horizon costs BT extra 1,7 Billion
- Maersk Supply closes deal in Australia
- Submarine crew died in a split second
Klik venligst
Klik venligst
Klik venligst