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WINDENERGY HAMBURG 2016 PREVIEW NAVANTIA STAND NO. 219 - HALL B2


Navantia yards are key suppliers to the offshore wind industry. Their current workload includes jacket and pile foundations both for WTG and substations, floating foundations (Spar type) and AC large substation topsides. Construction is accomplished in Spain, from two of the biggest yards in Europe, Fene and Puerto Real.


www.navantia.es


MEET THE FUTURE OF THE WIND INDUSTRY The event can help shape the future of the sectors’ businesses. The leading international wind industry fair gives real added value in many areas. It is the ideal information hub to get information on current status and future potentials of the whole of the industry.


Meeting business partners, international experts and leading minds of the wind industry for an inspiring exchange is extremely important. The fair site is centrally located for easy, convenient access. And after opening hours the city of Hamburg has so many attractions to round off a successful day at the expo.


A FOCUSED EXPO CONCEPT BY ESTABLISHED INDUSTRY EXPERTS


PRONTOPORT STAND NO. B2.EG.237.04


Prontoport are a Multi ISO accredited company specialising in wind turbine engineering & asset management, also offering RUK/GWO & ECITB approved training. They have a great reputation & have worked with the biggest clients in the sector providing services such as IRATA blade inspection, service, repairs & maintenance, statutory & end of warranty inspection & condition monitoring.


www.prontoport.co.uk


WindEnergy Hamburg is organised jointly by Hamburg Messe und Congress and Messe Husum & Congress. As the global leader in its sector, WindEnergy Hamburg is the international meeting point and is held in even-numbered years, while HUSUM Wind is the meeting point for the German-speaking wind energy market and is held in odd numbered years.


CONFERENCE FOCUS


Support from European leaders and industry figures has been strong with German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel confirmed to open the event and Michael Liebreich, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, featuring in WindEurope’s ‘Business meets policy’ sessions.


SIEM OFFSHORE CONTRACTORS STAND NO. B4.EG.402 Experienced submarine cable installer for the renewable market. We utilise our advanced in-house fleet of offshore service vessels to install, repair and maintain submarine cables. We excel in harsh conditions, minimising weather delays whilst maximising roll-out efficiency. www.siemoffshorecontractors.com


WE CAN HELP PROMOTE YOUR COMPANY CALL TO ARRANGE A MEETING AT WINDENERGY HAMBURG Special marketing offers available at the event


T 01765 644224 • M 07814 103774 BABCOCK TRELLEBORG OFFSHORE


We will be visiting the WindEnergy Hamburg exhibition & will be available to discuss the new NjordGuard cable protection system for offshore windfarms. This innovative system aims to reduce installation time, provide long-term cable protection for a variety of foundation types & allow for streamlined operation.


Please contact John Deasey +44 (0) 778 020 1902 to discuss and arrange a meeting.


www.trelleborg.com/offshore 58 www.windenergynetwork.co.uk STAND NO: B2.EG.237.01 www.babcockinternational.com


However challenging your renewables project, Babcock can help in delivering your objectives. As the UK’s leading engineering support services business, Babcock can provide; FEED, EPC and O&M packages to your windfarm development opportunity. All of this is characterised by our expertise, capability and experience.


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