2018 International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum, April 3 to 6, 2018

Come experience the offshore excitement, find opportunities, network with the right people and learn about the latest industry RFPs and policies.

Floating wind turbines: Why the pace of progress might come as a surprise

Europe has led the way, at least partially, because it benefits from large areas of shallow seabed. On average, those turbines are in water just 29m deep. This has made Europe an ideal nursery for the fledgling industry, but once you get to depths greater than 50m, fixed-foundation structures increase in cost and complexity. As a result, advanced economies with deeper coastal waters, such as the US and Japan, have fewer suitable sites for fixed-foundation wind farms. Access to offshore wind energy for such sites will depend heavily on floating structures to support turbines in such deeper waters.
Floating’s advantage

2017 International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum, April 19 to 21

The IPF is the #1 technical conference for offshore wind in the United States dedicated to moving the industry forward.

Maryland offshore wind moving forward: Financing decision to be announced on May 17, 2017

On January 9 2017, US Wind organized the 3rdmeeting within its offshore wind information series in Salisbury, Maryland.

What a Trump presidency means for offshore wind

States have always and will continue, even under this new Administration, to lead on climate change and renewable energy – the federal government can not repeal State Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) or any State renewable or offshore wind legislation.

Want to be part of the U.S. offshore wind supply chain?

Offshore wind projects are innovative construction projects combining all facets of engineering, construction, marine and aerospace disciplines- just to name a few.

Business Network for Offshore Wind to host “Stronger Together” forum

More than 250 top level industry executives will attend the 2015 International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum “Stronger Together” scheduled for September 27-28th at Baltimore’s Pier V Hotel. The Forum injects U.S. innovation into the global offshore wind dialogue, while highlighting European expertise.  The event sparks ideas, offers a different approach and presents unique perspectives on planning,