Dutch Offshore Wind Animation

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This animation about the Dutch offshore wind sector was launched during the Match Making Day 2016.  

This animation shows in two and a half minutes what will happen the coming years of offshore wind in the Netherlands. It also shows the strengths of Dutch the offshore wind sector.

The TKI Wind op Zee made this animation for the sector. All stakeholders active in wind energy that shortly want to show what is happening can use this animation. 

Would you like to do that? That's possible. 

Below is a description how to easily place the animation to your website and in your presentations. You can also share the animation via Social Media. 

Place the animation on your website

You can insert the code below on your web page. Depending on the system you use, this needs to be done in the source/text mode. Your webmaster or marketing employee can easily help you with this in case you don't know how to do this.

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/syy41AvjjKc?rel=0&amp;showinfo=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

After you save the page the animation will automatically be shown, like below. 

You can also choose for different sizes. If you know how to do this you can adjust the code above, otherwise, you can change the options on Youtube: 

You can change the format of the animation by selecting "Share" and then "Insert".

Use the animation in your PowerPoint/OpenOffice/Keynote presentation 

You can download this animation to your computer.

Then you can select and insert the animation via "Insert > Film > Film from file.." (or comparable, depending on your programme). Some programmes require inserting the movie as a separate file if you transport the presentation to another computer. Always try first. 

The animation looks best if you place it "wall to wall" on your screen, optionally choose a black background.

Share the animation on Social Media

Share the animation via Social Media, such as Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. 

You can you the link below,
or https://vimeo.com/154694540 if you prefer to use Vimeo.