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Innovation Zero 2024

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30 Apr 2024
Energy Forum
Policy , Investment , Infrastructure

The UK’s reliance on imported electricity may be reversed if its ambitions for offshore wind farms are realised, with the government pledging to expand capacity from around 14 gigawatts today to 50 gigawatts by 2030. Are these ambitions realistic, and how can the UK wind power market remain an attractive place for inward investment?

Ravneet Kaur, Senior Technology Acceleration Manager - Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult Ltd
Confirmed Speakers
Zoe Barnes, Partner - Everoze, NED - OWGP - Everoze Partners Ltd
Gordon McIntosh, Director - Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG)
Allan Taylor, Head of Offshore Wind Investment - Department for Energy Security and Net Zero