Industry Memberships


AWEA is a national trade association for the US, representing wind power project developers, equipment suppliers, services providers, parts manufacturers, utilities, researchers, and others involved in the wind industry - one of the world's fastest growing energy industries. In addition, AWEA represents hundreds of wind energy advocates from around the world.

With thousands of member companies, AWEA are very active in promoting favourable public policy and also host the world's largest wind energy event, the annual WINDPOWER® Conference & Exhibition.



FPAL aims to find the perfect supplier for every buyer. FPAL works to identify, qualify, evaluate and monitor suppliers on behalf of its Purchasing members. FPAL was established in 1996 and is governed by an industry-based steering committee. FPAL is one of a range of supplier management services provided by the Achilles Group, with individual schemes for buyer and supplier communities across a diverse range of industry sectors throughout the world.


Oil & Gas UK

Oil & Gas UK is the leading representative body for the UK offshore oil and gas industry. It is a not-for-profit organisation, established in April 2007 but with a pedigree stretching back over 30 years.

Membership is open to all companies active in the UK continental shelf, from super majors to large contractor businesses and from independent oil companies to SMEs working in the supply chain.

The aim of Oil & Gas UK is to strengthen the long-term health of the offshore oil and gas industry in the United Kingdom by working closely with companies across the sector, governments and all other stakeholders to address the issues that affect your business.



RenewableUK is the trade and professional body for the UK wind and marine renewables industries. Formed in 1978, and with 661 corporate members, RenewableUK is the leading renewable energy trade association in the UK.

It's primary purpose is to promote the use of wind, wave and tidal power in and around the UK. It acts as a central point for information for membership and as a lobbying group to promote wind energy and marine renewables to government, industry, the media and the public. RenewableUK carries out research and finds solutions to current issues and generally acts as the forum for the UK wind, wave and tidal industry.


The Energy Industries Council (EIC)

FoundOcean is an active member and supports the work of the EIC.

The EIC is the leading trade association for UK companies supplying goods and services to the energy industries worldwide.

The EIC has around 600 member companies comprising contractors and suppliers from all areas of the energy sector who make a significant contribution to the UK economy, employing in aggregate around 1 million and generating £100 billion in revenues from their UK operations.

The EIC was Established in 1943, and is a not-for-profit organisation independent of government.



WAB – the Wind Energy Agency is the network of the wind energy industry in Germany‘s northwest region. It serves as a nationwide contact for the offshore wind industry. Since 2002, more than 300 companies and institutes have become members of WAB; they cover all areas of the wind energy industry, from research and production to installation and maintenance. WAB receives a base funding from the State of Bremen; all costs exceeding this are borne by the members.


Scottish Renewables

Scottish Renewables is a member organisation dedicated to strengthening business relationships and committed to securing the best possible environment for the growth of renewable energy in Scotland. It works with its members, leading the debate and presenting a clear and united voice to decision makers, government and media.