2023 IPF will take place March 28-30 in Baltimore, Maryland at the Baltimore Convention Center. With its central location and world-class harbor in Baltimore, Maryland is moving forward with offshore wind. With over 2 GW in deployment, planned facilities/towers, monopiles, and cables, Maryland is poised to become a hub of manufacturing and logistical activity for U.S. offshore wind.LEARN ABOUT IPF
Central Atlantic Supplier Day connects companies from Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, and New Jersey with developers, OEMs, and Tier 1 suppliers to learn about business opportunities related to offshore wind projects in the Central Atlantic region and beyond. Meet industry leaders from Ørsted, Dominion Energy, US Wind, GE, Crystal Steel, and others.Register Today
Kick off IPF week early! 2023 IPF boasts over one dozen pre-conference events, trainings, and tours taking place on Monday and Tuesday (March 27-28). Sign up for one of four tours, the inaugural Floating Foundation 2 Blade training, the Offshore Wind Workforce Summit, Central Atlantic Supplier Day, and more. Most pre-conference events require an additional registration and/or fee.Learn More
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