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Business Opportunities in Offshore Wind are Rapidly Growing

With billions already invested in the burgeoning U.S. offshore wind industry, the opportunity for business diversification, growth, and profit are significant. The industry’s nascent supply chain in this high-demand industry means businesses from a variety of sectors have an unprecedented opportunity to build and grow the industry, all while benefiting the economy, environment, and workforce.

The Business Network’s offshore wind education and training programs help your business successfully enter the industry. Whether you are curious about what offshore wind can offer or you are ready to jump in and become part of the supply chain, these programs are designed to guide your business development and help plan your next steps in this exciting and rapidly growing industry.

Offshore Wind 101 is for businesses who are curious about the offshore wind industry and want to learn more. This program shares an overview of industry operations, businesses in the supply chain, and next steps for your company. This free, half-hour webinar is offered weekly.

Offshore Wind Ready

When you’re ready to take the next step, Offshore Wind Ready offers an introduction to project development, an overview of business opportunities, and resources to access as you begin to navigate the industry. This half-day, educational program is offered monthly.  

Foundation 2 Blade

Secure your position in the offshore wind industry. Foundation 2 Blade prepares your business to take full advantage of opportunities throughout the supply chain and expedites your pathway to success. This multi-day training program is offered several times throughout the year.


Teaera Strum, President & CEO of Strum Contracting, Inc. shares her thoughts on the urgent need for businesses to enter the rapidly growing offshore wind supply chain. 

What businesses currently work in the U.S. offshore wind industry?

From fabrication and components to building and construction and, the offshore wind supply chain needs a diverse and large number of businesses to support the rapidly growing U.S. industry. Here are some examples of business sectors currently working in the industry:

  • Steel fabrication
  • Piling and boring
  • Carpentry
  • Landscaping/ Earthworks
  • HVAC
  • Electrical engineering
  • Marine engineering
  • Sea transportation
  • Health & safety services
  • Information technology
  • Environmental surveying
  • Legal and financial services
  • Market research
  • Project management
  • And much, much more


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