Learn about the Title XVII innovative clean energy projects loan program. The program provides loan guarantees to accelerate the deployment of innovative clean energy technology. The US Department of Energy is authorized to issue loan guarantees pursuant to Title XVII of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Loan guarantees are made to qualified projects and
US Offshore Wind
Our guest for this episode is Alicia Barton, President and CEO of NYSERDA, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. Alicia is an offshore wind veteran with over a decade of experience in the industry, and we begin the conversation with her describing her background and career path that led her to NYSERDA.
The Crown Estate Scotland-commissioned study by the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult sets out the potential benefits to the UK economy of floating wind development and the different types and costs of government support that may be needed. It is estimated that up to 17,000 jobs and £33.6bn of GVA could be generated by 2050.
On October 16, the Business Network hosted visiting international members of IEA’s Wind Task. These individuals are part of 16 wide-ranging research topics applicable to offshore wind, each being studied by a consortium of academic and research-based institutions. The Network provided a briefing on the evolving U.S. offshore wind market and gave an update on
By William O’Hearn, Business Network for Offshore Wind On September 25, Network President and CEO Liz Burdock and Executive Vice President Ross Tyler traveled to Hamburg, Germany to participate in the Global Wind Summit, a combination of the WindEurope conference and the WindEnergy Hamburg exhibition, which ran for four days and drew more than 35,000
The Business Network for Offshore Wind is hosting our sixth annual International Partnering Forum (IPF) from April 8-11, New York, NY. The IPF is the leading technical conference for offshore wind in the United States and is dedicated to moving the industry forward. Offshore wind brings new revenue streams and thousands of jobs to the
William O’Hearn September 2018 has been a month to remember for offshore wind, opening on September 1 with Massachusetts’ 6.5 cents per kWh price announcement and followed by major industry milestones in New York and New Jersey, all of which are accelerating the forward momentum of the US offshore wind marketplace. New Jersey started with the NJ Board of Public Utilities’ official
By Elizabeth Barminski The Business Network for Offshore Wind and the Sierra Club Virginia Chapter co-hosted the 2018 Virginia Offshore Wind Executive Summit in Norfolk last Friday. Virginia’s offshore wind energy resource is a sleeping giant, ready to awaken and lead the industry in the South. Following a welcome from Eileen Woll of the Sierra
In conjunction with National Clean Energy Week 2018, the Business Network for Offshore Wind is launching a new podcast, Offshore Wind Insider. The podcast features timely interviews with the industry’s movers and shakers, profiles of Network members and dives into current policy and market developments. Episodes are posted to the Network’s podcast page, and listeners
Avangrid Renewables and the wind power industry say Hurricane Florence and the threat of global warming-fueled future hurricanes won’t stand in the way of offshore wind farm development along the East Coast. Avangrid holds the nation’s southernmost offshore wind lease near Kitty Hawk, N.C.—a hurricane-prone region of North Carolina’s Outer Banks that missed Hurricane Florence,