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The vibe underlying the conference circuit

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As offshore wind continues its staggering growth there is something of a conference cicuit associated with it here in Europe.  In this revisited article I try to define 'the vibe' and suggest a number of options as to where the industry is headed. I hope the energycentral community finds it of interest.

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Matt Chester on Aug 13, 2019 6:58 pm GMT

Appreciate you sharing the vibe of these conferences-- these are valuable insights that you can't get just from reading slides presented at conferences, and show the value of those in person meetings of the industry

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Charley Rattan on Aug 13, 2019 8:14 pm GMT

Indeed.  Some of the sessions can be very technical and of interest to diehards only Matt. Interaction with stakeholders from outside our bubble, - politicians’ journalists, bankers et all force us to see the ‘bigger picture’.  When that is done a remarkable success story emerges.

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