Engineering. Construction. Manufacturing. Offshore wind is the work of many. The Business Network for Offshore Wind is a nonprofit organization connecting industry to opportunity. Over 350 businesses strong – working together to learn, connect, and participate in the new global market.
Why enroll in Supply Chain Connect? The Business Network for Offshore Wind’s Supply Chain Connect allows companies to publicly indicate their interest and ability to supply components and services for U.S. offshore wind projects. It also serves as a valuable resource for companies looking to buy from and partner with other offshore wind firms.
How to get Started in Supply Chain Connect:
It helps to be prepared by gathering information before beginning the registration process. You are encouraged to know the answers to the questions below and be ready to provide the necessary documentation. The more complete your entry is, the more often your company will come up in searches. Want additional support while registering your organization in Supply Chain Connect? Please watch a step-by-step guide on the registration process.
Questions: Besides your contact info and company locations, other questions include:
- Company bio (no more then 500 characters)
- Organization type (choose from: Business, Port, Government, Academic, Non-profit, Lender)
- # employees
- Years in the osw industry
- Special equipment
- MBE status
- Number of employees in company
- Number of employees solely in osw: full-time & part-time
- Any work on specific U.S. osw projects
- We also ask you to pick from a large list of various services/products so we know what your capabilities are.
Documentation: Prepare a pdf copy of your W-9, or MBE/WBE documentation if you’d like to upload these optional documents.
Supply Chain Connect includes categories that identify which services/products you can provide for the development, construction, and O&M of offshore wind projects. You do not need to have offshore wind experience.
Update my Entry:
To update your entry, you’ll just need your company ID and the email address you used when signing up. You can find your company ID on the email you received after signing up. Email us if you have questions.
Explore the Supply Chain:
Take a look at details about the companies doing great work in various facets of the offshore wind supply chain. Register your company and your info will be displayed here too. Email us for contact details or reports.