After the Success of Le Havre, Seanergy is Already Planning for its Next Editions

After the Success of Le Havre, Seanergy is Already Planning for its Next Editions

The next exceptional edition, resolutely international, in 2023 in Paris. Then a return to the coast, in 2024, in the Pays de la Loire, one of the leading territories of Offshore Renewable Energy in Europe.

Seanergy 2022 has just closed its doors.

The 6th edition of the international forum dedicated to Offshore Renewable Energy brought together over three days +3,000 international actors (industrials, experts, researchers, institutions, etc.), +200 exhibitors from around the world, +80 speakers, and 500 BtoB meetings.

This reflects the acceleration dynamics underway in the Offshore wind and Marine Renewable Energies (MRE) sector, serving the energy transition towards a low-carbon world.

To continue this momentum, and to keep engaging with stakeholders in the sector, as well as playing its role as a unifying event of the Offshore Renewable Energy ecosystem, BlueSign, organizer of Seanergy, announces today its next two editions:

  • Seanergy 2023, June 20 & 21, in Paris – Parc des Expositions de la porte de Versailles
  • Seanergy 2024, June 26 & 27, in Pays de la Loire – Parc des Expositions Exponantes

“In line with the strong global dynamics, the 2050 strategy published by the European Commission sets a target of 300 GW for offshore wind power and 40 GW for tidal and wave power. Given its potential, France can play a full part in this, to the benefit of the positioning of its players and its energy transition,” said Marc Lafosse, President of Bluesign, organizer of Seanergy.

“The recent announcements of the Government, aiming at 40 GW installed in service by 2050, with the construction of 50 offshore wind farms and 20,000 jobs expected for the industry by 2035, lead to this direction, making France one of the first territories in the world for marine energy,” he continues.

“In this context, our 2023 edition in Paris, a true global hub, will facilitate the participation of a very large panel of economic and political decision-makers, to reflect together on the growth that is taking place for the sector, while allowing us to take stock of the issues specific to each region, in a collective and concerted manner.

In the continuity of this exceptional 2023 edition, the 2024 edition will mark our return to the region, close to the job pools, factories and projects, to rediscover the dynamics of the Pays de la Loire, a pioneering destination and a true European driving force for the development of marine renewable energies.”

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