CFA Webinar – potential range of regional manufacturing opportunities.

Website visit Address Start June 12, 2023 - End June 12, 2023 -

Building supply chain capacity to deliver low carbon design and fabrication solutions to floating offshore wind.


About the Event:

Visit the Eventbrite page here to book your free ticket: Celtic Sea FLOW – potential range of regional manufacturing opportunities. Tickets, Mon 12 Jun 2023 at 10:30 | Eventbrite


Led by ORE Catapult, Cornwall FLOW Accelerator, in conjunction with Celtic Sea Cluster, is organising a webinar to explore and explain the findings from a series of reports recently published by ORE Catapult. One of the key elements of the €6 million-part ERDF funded project Cornwall FLOW Accelerator is to build supply chain capacity capable of delivering low carbon footprint operations within the offshore floating wind sector.

These newly published reports follow up on the literature reviews carried out earlier in the project, by taking the knowledge gained there and applying it in a life cycle analysis to pinpoint specific areas within the design and build of floating offshore wind structures the reports highlight the key opportunities for emissions reduction.

The webinar will review the size and scope of FLOW in the Celtic Sea and update on leasing and CfD rounds; explore the findings of the reports within the key component areas of: blades; towers; foundations; anchoring & mooring systems; and electrical infrastructure. The content will have a focus on the regional opportunities for manufacturing.

The webinar will be run during one day, Monday 12 June 2023 in two parts:

1. 10:30 to 12:00 – Analysis & Insights , Blades, Towers & Foundations.

2. 14:00 to 15: 30 – Analysis & Insights , Anchoring & Mooring Systems, Electrical Infrastructure.

There will be the opportunity for live questions and answers at the end of each session. Any questions posted on the Q&A facility that cannot be managed during the sessions will be answered, where appropriate, with the answers posted on the Celtic Sea Cluster website.

The recording of the two sessions along with the presenters’ slides will be made available post event on the Celtic Sea Cluster website.

Register here