Meet the international wind energy industry at Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference
On 28 and 29 November, Amsterdam will host the latest edition of the Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2023 (OEEC). It is where the Dutch and the global wind energy sector gather. The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (BZ), and the Ministry of Economic Affairs & Climate Policy (EZK) will organise many activities for entrepreneurs.
Offshore wind energy
To be climate-neutral by 2050, that is the Netherlands' goal. Offshore wind energy plays a vital role in this. It is an essential chapter in the Dutch climate policy and crucial to accelerate the sustainable energy transition. Through its North Sea wind farms, the Netherlands will generate 4.5 Gigawatts (GW) of electricity by 2023. This capacity will be further increased to 21 GW by 2030, with a driving ambition to produce even more.
Dutch businesses are active in all phases of offshore wind farm development, from design to assembly and location studies to maintenance. These businesses are known for their innovations and efficiency and create many business opportunities for Dutch entrepreneurs in the sustainable energy sector.
NL Pavilion: Meet the start-ups
The NL Pavilion will be the Netherlands' base at OEEC. Visit us and meet Dutch offshore energy start-ups. RVO, BZ and EZK representatives will also be there to answer your questions.
What to expect
Are you an entrepreneur active in the wind energy sector, and do you want to expand your market abroad? Then, OEEC and the NL Pavilion are your stepping stones. This event is perfect for networking and gathering information about the sector. You can also attend presentations and workshops.
Remember to register for your OEEC visit.
Workshop Offshore Wind
Do you want to know more about permits for large North Sea wind farms? Then register for our workshop Offshore Wind at OEEC. We will also inform you about the Routekaart 2023/2031 progress and other offshore wind developments.
ICEP at OEEC
ICEP (International Clean Energy Partnership) supports Dutch sustainable energy businesses to do business abroad. The programme organises activities, such as the NL Pavilion at OEEC, to support this group.
ICEP consists of offshore wind energy, sustainable mobility, solar energy, bioenergy and hydrogen.
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy