US Offshore Wind: Free Market Report 
The last year has been fundamental for the offshore wind industry in the United States. The sector has seen the permitting of the nation’s first commercial-scale offshore wind project, the 800 MW Vineyard Wind project off the Massachusetts coast, and the opening of new lease areas on the West Coast, adding a potential 4.6 GW to the U.S. pipeline.
Download this report to and you will receive
  • Key insights from Shell-EOLFI, Castle Wind, Ocean Winds, Atlantic Shores, BOEM and James Fisher Renewables to give you the low-down on all you need to do know about the offshore wind market for the year ahead.
  • A state by state market update to you can identify which states are progressing with offshore wind developments
  • Status of key projects and milestones, so you can assess the general health and risks facing offshore wind projects
Expert contributors cited in this report include:
  • Vincent Fromont, President of Shell-EOLFI
  • Alla Weinstein, CEO of Castle Wind
  • Tyler Studds, Head of Offshore Wind Business Development—West at Ocean Winds
  • Paul Phifer, Permitting Manager at Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind
  • Michelle Morin, Renewable Energy Chief, Environment Branch at BOEM
  • Wayne Mulhall, Managing Director of James Fisher Renewables
NB. Room availability in our venue is almost at full capacity, and Boston hotels are extremely busy during July month. If you would like the convenience of being in the same place as 1000 other offshore wind delegates, we strongly advise you to complete your registration and book your hotel room this week.
If you need assistance please contact
Download the report here:
Insert your details below to receive the report by email.
Reuters Events will use this information to contact you about relevant content, products, and services. You may unsubscribe at any time. For more information, check out our Privacy Policy:

Reuters Events is part of Reuters News & Media Ltd, 5 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AQ. Registered in England and Wales: 2505735.