Greenalia just joined WFO (World Forum Offshore Wind), the first worldwide association with an exclusive focus on promoting offshore wind energy internationally. WFO holds as one of its core objectives the optimization and maximization of all the supply chain.
For Greenalia, joining this forum is an excellent opportunity to grow its network of companies and professionals within the sector that hold valuable expertise and know-how on offshore wind projects. This becomes a strategic move in a moment when offshore, and specifically floating offshore, is starting to come through as an important asset for the future and key driver of the energetic transition and green new deal.
At the same time Greenalia has joined the Executive Board of APPAs (Spanish Renewable Energy Corporations Association) Wind Group where a new Offshore Wind Group has been created an area where Greenalia is strongly pushing forward and is currently developing and going through the required administrative proceedings for the first 50 MW offshore wind farm in Spain that will be located in the Canary Islands.
For Greenalia, being part of these two associations is part of the strong leadership strategy that the company is following in offshore wind in Spain, where the company is gaining momentum at the forefront of regulation, technology, and innovation.