Ince Co partner to speak at Wind Power Monthly Floating Offshore Wind, 28-29 June
Event Date: 28 Jun 2018 - 29 Jun 2018
Location: Etc. Venues Victoria, London, UK
London partner, Martin Sandgren, will be speaking at the Wind Power Monthly Floating Offshore Wind conference in London.
Martin will be presenting a legal perspective on commercialising and globalising offshore floating wind. This will include discussing the contractual, financing, legal and regulatory opportunities and challenges faced by those operating in this industry.
To register for this event click here.
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