The WIND POWER OFFSHORE TO AMERICA




" HERE, IT'S NEARLY. At the opening session of the 2018 AWEA Offshore Wind Conference in Washington, D.C., last October, American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) shared IT'S JUST AROUND THE CORNER!' He refers to the message that the offshore wind is coming to the United States in recent years. " That's not just a message anymore. This is an exciting, transformative time when offshore winds are now happening. "In his statement, Kiernan recognized the momentum of the industry as offshore auctions, project location and development take place. This includes port infrastructure and new industry vessel planning. " It's NEARLY, HERE. At last October's opening session of the 2018 AWEA Offshore Wind Conference in Washington, D.C., the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) shared the message that the offshore wind has been coming to the United States in recent years. " It's no longer just a message. This is an exciting, transformative time when the winds are offshore.In the United States Department of Energy, more than two-dozen offshore wind projects with a capacity of more than 25 GW are being planned, mainly outside the USA. Northeast and central coasts of the Atlantic.


" Basically, we've got a quality product... a strong one wind resource offshore that starts when electricity is high Demand, "Kiernan added during his introduction. " Even costs are Come down as we saw in the onshore market. " Liz Burdock agrees with this. She is the co-founder and manager. Director of Offshore Wind Business Network, a national non-profit organization dedicated to the construction of the United States Offshore offshore Chain of supply of wind. " There are countless benefits of offshore wind. This includes jobs— and once we developed between 8 and 10 GW, which will probably happen sooner than expected, can grow rapidly Exceeding the mark of 96,000. Clean-energy benefits also Production nearby.

Burdock says that the beneficiaries are almost impossible to overlook. However, the appropriate support structure is necessary in order for the developing sector to maintain its momentum and grow efficiently. " One of the greatest challenges we face is the capacity of the supply chain, "Burdock says. This includes port infrastructure, transportation vessels and support for storage and production. " We've got enough U.S. Companies that can participate in and deliver on budget and on time these projects? "she asked. This is the one question that we have to answer as the industry continues. " Ports are essential, "she adds. 


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