Fascination Offshore

To communicate the benefits and raise the public acceptance of off-shore wind energy, POWER cluster has developed a comprehensive in-formation campaign.

The flagship of the information campaign has been an interactive offshore wind energy exhibition named “FASCINATION OFF-SHORE” installed on the museum ship Greundiek. During the three year project period the exhibition targeted local people, tourists, the media and decision makers. The exhibition visited 34 ports along the German and Danish North Sea and Baltic Sea coast.

The exhibition has attracted more than 65.000 visitors and has been used for organizing panel discussions, press conferences and for enhancing cooperation between offshore wind networks and stakeholders.

The exhibition, organised by the German Offshore Wind Foundation, is partly financed by the Interreg IVB North Sea Programme of the EU and partly by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.

See summary of the information activities and results

See tour plan 2011

See tour plan 2010

See exhibition flyer incl. tour plan 2009 (in German)

See photo-slide-show

See exhibition photo-guide (in German and English)

See exhibition AV shows (in German)

Take a tour through the museum ship

The exhibition, organised by the German Offshore Wind Foundation, is partly financed by the Interreg IVB North Sea Programme of the EU and partly by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.

To communicate the benefits and raise the public acceptance of off-shore wind energy, POWER cluster has developed a comprehensive in-formation campaign.

The flagship of the information campaign has been an interactive offshore wind energy exhibition named “FASCINATION OFF-SHORE” installed on the museum ship Greundiek. During the three year project period the exhibition targeted local people, tourists, the media and decision makers. The exhibition visited 34 ports along the German and Danish North Sea and Baltic Sea coast.

The exhibition has attracted more than 65.000 visitors and has been used for organizing panel discussions, press conferences and for enhancing cooperation between offshore wind networks and stakeholders.

The exhibition, organised by the German Offshore Wind Foundation, is partly financed by the Interreg IVB North Sea Programme of the EU and partly by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.

See summary of the information activities and results

See tour plan 2011

See tour plan 2010

See exhibition flyer incl. tour plan 2009 (in German)

See photo-slide-show

See exhibition photo-guide (in German and English)

See exhibition AV shows (in German)

Take a tour through the museum ship

The exhibition, organised by the German Offshore Wind Foundation, is partly financed by the Interreg IVB North Sea Programme of the EU and partly by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.

Photo slideshow