InvolvementInn2POWER targets companies in the North Sea Region’s offshore wind industry. Although the project’s general focus is on supporting small and medium-sized companies, large companies are more than welcome to participate and benefit as well.
Register online at the Inn2POWER Company Directory
- to place your offshore wind company or testing facility on the supply chain map,
- to showcase your company’s capabilities and attract potential partners across the North Sea Region.
Show up at our international and targeted B2B networking events and site visits
- to meet the industry partners you are looking for in the entire North Sea region.
- to learn about interesting test facilities in partner clusters and find out what they can offer to SMEs.
Subscribe to our Inn2POWER newsletter
- for information on our Inn2POWER events like B2B meetings, conferences and site visits,
- to stay informed about the project’s progress and outcomes.
Preregister for OWEMBA, the European Offshore Wind Energy MBA, tailored to qualify staff in wind energy companies
- to learn about management skills in a European environment and boost professional development, and/or help people make a career change by qualifying them for jobs in the wind energy industry - courses begin in spring 2018,
- to complete either a full MBA programme or single learning modules which can be combined for acquiring the Wind Energy Management Certificate,
- to suggest your company’s specific needs for employee training/education and influence the design of learning modules adapted for these needs.
Contact Inn2POWER partners in your region
- to share your collaboration needs and innovative project ideas,
- to get support and connect with the right project partners,
- to find out about other test facilities and create networks (with other companies and institutions with test facilities and related services).
Visit our website
- to learn more about the project, its activities, and current developments,
- to download project results once they are ready for distribution, such as
- communications material aiming to broaden the acceptance of Europe’s offshore wind industry,
- recommendations for cost-efficient cooperation options and logistics facilities that can be shared in harbours,
- guidelines for SMEs on staff recruitment,
- educational packages for schools to increase knowledge of and interest in the offshore wind industry for career opportunities.