25. September - 1. October 2022 – Hamburg and Cuxhaven, Germany
The delegation trip will provide the participants with a deeper understanding of the technical and environmental regulatory framework of the offshore wind energy sector in Germany and how this combines with the new technologies, trends, as well as with the financing and insurance sector. Furthermore, the participants will come in contact with the main players of the offshore wind sector in Germany.
25. de Setembro - 1. de Outubro 2022 – Hamburgo e Cuxhaven - Alemanha
A Missão Técnica Eólica Offshore proporcionará aos participantes o aprofundamento dos conhecimentos sobre regulamentação técnica e ambiental do setor eólico offshore, além de novas tecnologias e tendências, possibilitando a geração de contatos nas principais empresas e instituições de pesquisa e agências regulatórias alemãs.
24.06.2022 - Special Industry Meeting hosted by the German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation and the World Forum Offshore Wind (WFO)Program News
A high-level professional exchange with the Brazilian delegation will be hosted by two main players of the offshore wind industry: The German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation and the World Forum Offshore Wind (WFO).
The expert meeting in Hamburg on 26. of September 2022 will focus specifically on challenges of the Brazilian market. The program details will be published here at a later date.
German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation
The foundation, created in 2005, was the enabler of Germany's first deep water offshore wind farm “alpha ventus”. The main objective is to promote the use of wind energy at sea, and to improve research. The Foundation is a nonpartisan, multiregional, independent institution. It serves as a communication platform for political decision-makers, for business, and for research.
The World Forum Offshore Wind (WFO)
The WFO is promoting offshore wind energy on a global scale. The WFO is a non-profit organization, with offices in Hamburg, Tokyo, Taipei and New York. WFO’s international members represent the complete offshore wind value chain including utility companies, manufacturers, service firms as well as other non-profit organizations.
13.06.2022 - Visit of the German Centre for Offshore Industry in CuxhavenProgram News
The Cuxhaven North Sea port with a collective wharf length of 270 m and a water depth of 15.8 m offers the offshore industries best conditions for production and logistics. The port has been specifically optimised for use in offshore industry processes.
Following the industrial settlement of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Nordmark and a whole host of other distributors and service providers, the Cuxhaven offshore base has been become a show-case for port development in the offshore wind energy sector. As of 2018, the offshore industry had invested around 390 million euros into production facilities. Including public investment, the total amount invested add up to around 685 million euros.
The participants of the Offshore Delegation will visit the port of Cuxhaven and will have deep insights about the requirements on ports as well as about how to successfully establish a reliable port infrastructure for the offshore wind energy industry.
06.06.2022 - Visit of the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH)Program News
The Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) will welcome the Brazilian offshore delegation in Hamburg with a high level technical exchange. Main topics will be the transformation of the regulatory framework ("open door" vs. auction procedure), spatial planning, environmental examinations, and the applicable BSH-standards.
The BSH is a higher federal authority and carries out the application procedure for offshore wind farms and the grid connections in the German Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) of the North and the Baltic Sea, as well as the underlying Maritime Spatial Planning and Strategic Environmental Assessments. The multi-level procedure includes the investigations of the areas designated in the Site Development Plan for the tendering procedure by the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA).
Presentation and video about the Regulatory Framework & Environmental Examinations for Offshore Wind Farms in Germany
06.06.2022 - Special Events of the Renewable Energy Hamburg ClusterProgram News
The Hamburg Renewable Energy Cluster (EEHH) cooperates again with the organizers of the Brazilian delegation to Germany. The delegation is invited to two events with a wide range of industry representatives.
The Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster, founded in 2011 with involvement of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, promotes the cooperation in the sector. With over 190 companies and institutions as members, it represents wide-ranging skills. The offshore wind energy sector is one of its topic priorities since its founding.
03.06.2022 - Vistit the Globally Leading Trade Fair: WindEnergy Hamburg 2022Program News
The global WindEnergy expo in Hamburg: The Brazilian Delegation Offshore Wind Energy 2022 will visit the world’s most important trade fare of the sector – the WindEnergy Hamburg: The global on and offshore event takes place from 27 to 30 September 2022.
02.06.2022 - BWE Industry Report - Wind Industry in Germany 2022
An overview of the German wind industry: Companies of the sector presenting their products and services. With more than 200 addresses – ideal to prepare your visit of the WindEnergy trade fair in the course of your participation on the Delegation.
02.06.2022 - New Delegation Offshore Wind Energy to Germany in September 2022Program News
Brazilian Delegation Offshore Wind Energy 2022: The first expert trip to Germany in 2019 was a great success. Energia & Gestão de Projetos plans together with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Brazil-Germany in Rio de Janeiro (AHK-RJ) a subsequent delegation trip in 2022.
The Delegation 2022 in September 25 - October 1, 2022 will involve a visit of the world’s most important trade fare of the sector: The WindEnergy Hamburg.
The delegation trip is offered by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Brazil-Germany in Rio de Janeiro (AHK-RJ). The program is subject to changes. The trip is subject to a minimum number of participants. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, rescheduling is possible at any time.