This decade will be the most crucial in the fight against climate change. With COP26 around the corner, the climate crisis is at the forefront of the global agenda, and offshore wind plays a vital role with significant GW scale commitments from national governments. Our exhibitors presented pioneering technologies contributing towards a sustainable energy system – making it more efficient, resilient, secure, and safe.
Linxon delivers turnkey substations for offshore wind grid connections and showcased a range of fixed and floating substation solutions and their advanced Building Information and Digital Twin process, which fundamentally improves design and construction efforts in close collaboration with client teams and other package contractors. Full of enthusiasm and after a long period of strict restrictions keeping us apart, our engineering, sales, and supply chain management experts were delighted to make connections with customers and suppliers, answering any questions that they might have had and identifying opportunities to collaborate.
“After so long interacting digitally, it really was special to meet our industry colleagues face to face and talk about the future. Linxon are ready to deliver the substations required to connect offshore wind assets to onshore networks and it was great to see the same commitment from all of the industry stakeholders that we met” said Chris Goldsmith, Sales Director – Global Offshore Wind, Linxon.
The Global Offshore Wind 2021 (GOW21) brings together a network of 3,000 offshore wind professionals and 120 exhibitors from 40 countries. Over two days with expert keynotes, sector deal updates, business partnering, and disruptive innovation, we will have the opportunity to experience this dynamic sector along with other related organizations. We greatly appreciate the commitment and dedication of our team for preparing for and representing Linxon at the event, and we are already looking forward to next year!