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Project Industry Briefing: Ørsted Gippsland Offshore Wind

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Please join us online as we partner with Ørsted for the

Ørsted Gippsland Offshore Wind Industry Briefing
Monday 20 February 2023
4 pm – 5.30 pm AEDT

Calling all suppliers for renewable energy projects:

As the world’s first, largest and most experienced offshore wind developer, Ørsted is ready to explore renewable energy opportunities with Australia.
Join us for the first Ørsted Industry Briefing to connect with us and learn about the opportunities arising from our proposal for a large-scale offshore wind project off the coast of Gippsland, Victoria.

Please refer to the ICN Gateway Page for further information about the project - Ørsted Gateway Page

This is a virtual industry briefing, recommended for all Australian suppliers and businesses.


  • Ørsted Company Presentation
  • Upcoming Opportunities & EOI Work Packages
  • ICN Victoria Gateway Information
  • Live Question & Answers

Meet your speakers:

Pascal Langeais – 
Head of APAC Procurement, Ørsted

Albert Quan – Lead Market Developer Australia, Ørsted

Andrew Ho –
Head of Government & Regulatory Affairs, Ørsted

Colin Young- Gippsland Industry Adviser, ICN Victoria

You will also hear from ICN Victoria’s Gippsland Industry Adviser and our MC, Colin Young, about how the ICN Gateway supports the supply chain by helping suppliers find opportunities with projects. He will also detail how ICN Victoria assists them to register interest in work packages at no cost.

This event is free and is recommended for all Small and Medium Enterprises looking for work opportunities on this project and wanting to understand the next steps.

Please book to receive the online briefing link and event updates.


Date Monday 20 February 2023
Time    4 pm – 5.30 pm – includes Q&A
Place    Online
Price    FREE - please register to receive access link

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