Vineyard Wind, a partnership between Avangrid Renewables and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), has been selected for an 800-megawatt wind farm. The Network is also proud to report that Deepwater Wind has received an additional 400 MW contract from Rhode Island for their Revolution Wind project as part of the Massachusetts bid. With today’s announcement, Governor
Today New Jersey Governor Murphy signed into law a clean energy bill that requires the development of 3500MWs by 2030. Quote from Liz Burdock, Executive Director, Business Network for Offshore Wind: “We join our many offshore wind energy supporters in New Jersey in thanking Governor Murphy and both houses of the legislature for passing and signing
Abstract The Business Network for Offshore Wind works to support the development and growth of the U.S. offshore wind supply chain. The Network reacts to existing offshore wind projects’ challenges and preempts potential bottlenecks or risks that could threaten or delay the development of the offshore wind industry supply chain. The U.S. now has a
Download a copy of the Network’s U.S. offshore wind market map showing the East Coast offshore wind areas. Download file here.
Liz Burdock, Executive Director, Business Network for Offshore Wind As our annual International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF) is becoming recognized as a major event in the industry, we are seeing an increase in opportunities to make some news during the event. This year, thanks to some important announcements from our political speakers and key
Liz Burdock, Executive Director, Business Network for Offshore Wind Those of us who follow the clean energy marketplace know the story of how one country, Germany, created the modern solar energy industry by subsidizing solar installations starting in 1990 and using the Feed In Tariff (FIT) to grow photovoltaics to a 41.3 GW market by
Liz Burdock, Executive Director, Business Network for Offshore Wind When we announced that we were putting on our first full-day training sessions for offshore wind energy, we knew that some people would say: “Offshore Wind? Why do I need to learn about that now? It doesn’t really even exist yet.” That is true, in a
Liz Burdock, Executive Director, Business Network for Offshore Wind Admit it. You’ve been there. You approached the trade show, industry conference, or other networking event, looked around at the hundreds of name badges, and thought “How am I going to find the people I need to talk to?” It’s a common problem for managers from