The deployment of the U.S. smart feeder barge concept by the DEME Offshore US/Foss Maritime team created an innovative approach in advancing U.S. offshore wind. Their smart feeder barge approach, a world’s first, is Jones Act-compliant, driven by high-tech engineering, patented solutions, and special adaptations to both companies’ vessels for the Vineyard Wind 1 project. The partnership of DEME Offshore US and Foss Maritime couples their collective expertise on offshore wind and U.S.-related activities, which is the cornerstone of a successful solution.
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