General – IPF
North America’s premier offshore wind energy conference IPF came to a successful close yesterday, after three days of programming that featured an international cohort of government officials and industry leaders.
The ninth annual International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF), hosted by the Business Network for Offshore Wind in Atlantic City, New Jersey, brought together nearly 3,000 attendees representing nearly 800 businesses from 25 countries.
“The rapid growth of the offshore wind industry is a testament to the innovation, creativity, and hard work of so many of the businesses and policymakers that we welcomed to IPF. This was our most well-attended conference, with participation that has increased nearly tenfold since our first IPF in 2014,” said Business Network for Offshore Wind President and CEO Liz Burdock.
“The growth of this conference is indicative of the rapid growth of our industry and the commitment our attendees have to seizing opportunities like this one to forge the connections necessary to build out the offshore wind supply chain domestically and abroad.”
The IPF exhibition floor offered a 360-degree look into the offshore wind industry, with more than 300 exhibitors from 25 countries gathered to share developments and products, discuss market insights, and engage potential business partners.
The Network announced that the 2023 International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum will take place March 28-30 in Baltimore, Maryland supported by host sponsors Aker Solution, the State of Maryland, and US Wind.