The Offshore Renewables Joint Industry Programme (ORJIP) for Offshore Wind is a collaborative initiative that studies the impact of offshore wind farms in the marine environment to reduce consenting risk for offshore wind farm developments.
What is the ORJIP Forum?
The ORJIP Forum is an annual event hosted by the ORJIP programme. It brings together industry stakeholders to discuss key research priorities focused on the environmental impact of offshore wind. This year's forum will explore challenges associated with offshore wind consenting and the role of programmes like ORJIP OSW in addressing them, including discussion on how results from ORJIP projects can be applied to future consenting decisions.
By attending this session, you will:
- Receive results and presentations from ORJIP-funded projects in delivery and discuss how results can be applied to inform future consenting decisions.
- Hear a keynote presentation, panel discussions and industry conversation on the environmental impact of offshore wind and consenting challenges.
- Have the opportunity to meet colleagues from across the sector and obtain perspectives and insight
Who should attend?
Professionals with an interest in the environmental impact of offshore wind and the challenges associated with consenting large-scale offshore renewable projects.
The ORJIP Offshore Wind programme is funded by a mixture of private and public sector organisations. The programme has been managed by The Carbon Trust since 2012.