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In preparation for WindDay 2024, Bob Meijer talks about the future of energy at sea: from wind farm to energy park.

Achieving the Offshore Wind Roadmap 2023 is a new beginning. The TKI Offshore Energy innovation platform is looking at the next milestone. On to 21 Gigawatts of power in the North Sea. Or, should we say , to 95 TWh? At times when that energy is also needed. The next task is: supplying sustainable energy from the sea when there is demand for it. As explored in the Flattening the Curve report.

Bob Meijer talks to experts about the transformation of wind farms into energy parks. What innovations are required? Where are the opportunities for the industry? And what regulations are needed to make it happen?

For more information and registration, visit the website of WindDay 2024.

Bob Meijer - TKI Offshore Energy

Bob Meijer

Director TKI Offshore Energy

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