Members of the press are welcome and encouraged to attend the 2023 International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF), taking place March 28-30 in Baltimore, Maryland. Please read through complete details and qualifications below before registering for the event.
Complimentary registration is available to credentialed journalists (i.e., professional reporters, editors, writers, news photographers, producers, and online editors) who work for a publication, news service, broadcast outlet, or news site that is regularly issued and published primarily for the dissemination of news, and operates independently from any commercial, political, government, or special interest.
Only media whose primary responsibility is the coverage of the offshore wind industry, renewable energy, supply chain/workforce issues, business, and related news will be considered for credentials.
Sales/ advertising / marketing staff, analysts, brand content producers, researchers, authors, consultants, and others are not eligible for press registration. Non-media attendees can learn more here on how to register for 2023 IPF.
The number of press credentials for each media outlet is limited. Press credentials are not transferable.
Register for press credentials here. If you have any questions, email
Registration Confirmation: You will receive an automated email confirming your registration. A member of the Media Relations team will review and contact you via email within one week if there are any issues with your credentials.
Deadline: Press credentials should be requested as soon as possible, and no later than one week before the event.
Blogger registration is handled by the Network’s communications team. Bloggers seeking press credentials must be working journalists or be affiliated in an editorial capacity with a qualified news outlet as described above. Generally, bloggers must also have been writing daily or weekly posts for at least six months. Consideration will be given to student bloggers who are enrolled full-time in graduate industry-related programs, or who can demonstrate involvement in producing editorial content for collegiate publications, broadcast outlets, or news Internet sites. A social media lounge, separate from the media press room, is available. Bloggers are asked to use the lounge and not the press room.
The Network’s 2023 IPF website is the best resource for information regarding the conference. One week prior to the IPF, you will receive an electronic press kit, which will include all the information you will need right at your fingertips (i.e., press room information, program, the Network’s media relations team contact information, etc.).
Copies of the media packet will also be available in the conference press room. Don’t forget to bring photo identification when you arrive at the conference.
The 2023 IPF Press Room offers complimentary items including water, sodas, wireless Internet, and a quiet workspace.
Several press briefings will be held in the press room, and Network staff, member experts, and concurrent speaker interviews can be conducted in the press room.
Interviews with exhibitors can take place only in the Exhibition Hall.
Advanced permission is required for news cameras and radio broadcasts onsite during the conference, and recordings of all or portions of the conference without prior approval from the Network is prohibited.
Video of general sessions is prohibited, and keynote speakers generally are not available for interviews. However, b-roll video of public areas of the conference (for example, the Exhibition Hall) and video interviews of Network staff and member experts are possible.
Please check with the Network’s Media Relations team for any restrictions on photography.
Many concurrent session speakers are available for interviews; check with the Media Relations team for possibilities.
All members of the media must pick up their press badges at the Press Check-In desk. A photo ID is required. Press credentials (your business card) are required for access to general and concurrent sessions and the press room. Media visitors or family members are not permitted inside the press room.