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New Energy Update: U.S. Offshore Wind Conference & Exhibition June 7 and 8, Boston
June 7 - June 8
America’s offshore wind States have launched the U.S. Offshore wind power market into action with big announcements expected in 2018. For this reason, the BOEM, DOE, NYSERDA, MassCEC, Maryland Energy Administration, NWF, BNEF, Deepwater Wind, US Wind, Avangrid, Statoil, Vattenfall and many more stakeholders, will speak of their plans for offshore wind market expansion at the 3rd US Offshore Wind 2018 Conference in Boston (June 7-8).
The Main Conference offers you a comprehensive set of topics that are essential for any company wishing to play a significant role in the US OSW market, including:
New Updates from the U.S. offshore wind market builders
- Massachusetts: Receive updates on MA’s latest round of competition, including the selection of the first project/s to meet the Commonwealth’s 1,600 MW goal.
- New York: Hear an update on NY’s Offshore Wind Master Plan as well as plans for achieving the state’s goal of 2,400 MW, including procurement plans for 2018 and 2019.
- New Jersey: Hear an update about the State’s interest in attracting offshore wind-related economic opportunities to New Jersey including jobs, manufacturing, and infrastructure.
- Maryland: Receive an update on both projects awarded ORECs by Maryland in 2017 and the local economic opportunities they will bring to Maryland by supporting hundreds of highly skilled jobs in engineering, construction, and operation.
OSW Project development strategies
- Building the U.S Offshore Wind Supply Chain
- Models for Supply, Installation, and O&M
- LCOE Cost Reduction Strategies
- The Federal Offshore Wind Leasing Plan, Permitting, And The Regulatory Regime
- Strategies That Win Stakeholder And Political Support For Project Success
- Financing US Offshore Wind Projects
Additional seminars, taking place alongside the main conference include:
- Commercializing Floating Wind Turbines: Find out what technology and project developers are doing to commercialize floating turbines and the opportunities for floating project developments in the US
- Breaking into the US Offshore Wind supply chain: with the requirement for developing a local supply chain, see how companies in Oil & Gas and from other industrial sectors can join the US Offshore wind industry