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The members of the Blauwe Cluster (Blue Cluster), a group of innovative private companies active in a wide range of sectors, have created an organisation dedicated to developing and promoting economic activities that are linked to the sea. They believe that enhanced cross-sector partnerships and better cooperation with knowledge centres and government ... Moreinstitutions, will lead to new and innovative investments and projects in the Belgian Part of the North Sea (BNS) and beyond, which are the anticipated solutions for a number of global challenges.

By fully incorporating cutting-edge small- and medium-sized companies in the cluster organisation and the innovation projects, the Blue Cluster ensures that they can accelerate their growth and leapfrog international competition. Apart from the infrastructural benefits, these solutions will create economic return for Flanders by creating new industries, opening up new markets for export and improving the competitiveness of the companies involved.
RenewableUK members are building our future energy system, powered by clean electricity. We bring them together to deliver that future faster; a future which is better for industry, bill-payers, and the environment. We support over 400 member companies to ensure increasing amounts of renewable electricity are deployed across the UK and access markets ... Moreto export all over the world. Our members are business leaders, technology innovators, and expert thinkers from right across industry.
WindEurope (formerly the European Wind Energy Association - EWEA) is the voice of the wind industry, actively promoting wind power in Europe and worldwide. It has over 450 members, active in over 50 countries, including wind turbine manufacturers with a leading share of the world wind power market, plus component suppliers, research institutes, national ... Morewind and renewables associations, developers, contractors, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies, and consultants.

WindEurope coordinates international policy, communications, research and analysis and provides various services to support members'​ requirements and needs to help their development, offering the best networking and learning opportunities in the sector.

WindEurope analyses, formulates and establishes policy positions for the wind industry on key strategic sectoral issues, cooperating with industry and research institutions on a number of market development and technology research projects. In addition, the lobbying activities undertaken by WindEurope help create a suitable legal framework within which members can successfully develop their businesses.
The Western Dredging Association (WEDA) is a non-profit technical professional organisation devoted to the exchange of knowledge in fields related to dredging, navigation, marine engineering and construction. WEDA is governed by seventeen voting Board of Directors with the day-to-day operations managed by an Executive Director. WEDA is a member of ... MoreThe World Organisation of Dredging Associations (WODA).

The Western Dredging Association (WEDA) region covers North, Central and South America. The Central Dredging Association (CEDA) covers most of Europe, Africa, and the Mid and Near East. The Eastern Dredging Association (EADA) covers the Far East and Pacific region. The three organisations constitute the World Organisation of Dredging Association (WODA) with equal representation on the WODA Board of Directors. The goals and objectives are common for each of the three organisations, however operations to attain these are independently carried out.
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) is a leading trade association representing the vast majority of contractors and the associated supply chain in the offshore marine construction industry worldwide. We have a membership of over 900 companies including contractors, suppliers, oil & gas companies, marine renewable energy companies ... Moreand numerous non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

IMCA was formed in 1995 through the merger of the former Association of Offshore Diving Contractors (AODC, formed in 1972) and the Dynamically Positioned Vessel Owners Association (DPVOA, formed in 1989). Consequently, our operational roots and technical credentials are second to none in our industry.

Our mission is to improve performance in the marine contracting industry. We achieve this by leveraging the expertise of our members through conferences, seminars and meetings, and in publishing leading standards of technical and operating guidance in key areas of safety, quality, and offshore performance. In addition, we represent our members in dialogue with other industry bodies, regulators, oil companies and renewable energy companies. IMCA holds consultative status at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and is very active in international regulatory and policy matters in the upstream industry.
The most important tasks of Flanders' Maritime Cluster are the promotion, enhancement and development of marine and maritime activity in Flanders, Belgium. To make this a reality, we offer an annual program of activities in addition to our services. In order to optimally enjoy our offer as a company or organisation, you are cordially invited to become ... Morea member of Flanders' marine and maritime cluster organisation.
The Central Dredging Association (CEDA), founded in 1978, is an international, independent professional society for all those involved in activities related to dredging, water-based infrastructure and dredged sediment management and who live and work in Europe, Africa or the Middle East. It is an easy-to-access leading platform for the exchange of ... Moreknowledge and an authoritative reference point for impartial technical and scientific information.

Through its publications, conferences, professional and educational activities and participation as non-governmental observer in numerous international regulatory bodies, CEDA fosters technological innovation, advancement of best practice and contributes to global sustainable development.

CEDA members – corporations, organisations and individuals – come from many different fields and include national government bodies and agencies, port and navigational authorities, owners of large infrastructures, dredging companies, equipment manufacturers, academia, research institutions, consultancy firms.

CEDA's views, positions as well as products and services are based on input from all professional groups within its membership and CEDA represents the common interests of all these fields.

CEDA has over 550 individual and 150 corporate members from 38 countries.