Supply Chain Working Group

 

First convened in September 2011, the Offshore Wind Supply Chain Working Group supports and advances regional industrial infrastructure development – making connections among state and federal agencies, trade associations and international partners. The working group is an informal, open network designed to foster information exchange, nurture cooperative research efforts and inform regional business development initiatives. Participants are encouraged to suggest questions for consideration and offer topics for presentation.

Materials from previous sessions of the Working Group are available for download here.

Mid-Atlantic Regional RoundtableMaritime Infrastructure to Support Market-Scale Offshore Wind Deployment– September 18, 2012

New England Regional RoundtableMaritime Infrastructure to Support Market-Scale Offshore Wind Deployment– September 6, 2012

Session 5Optimized Vessel and Port Infrastructure for US Offshore Wind Deployment:  Principal Findings
July 25, 2012

  • Offshore Wind Vessels:  Steven Kopits (Douglas-Westwood) presentation
  • Optimized Port Assessment: Chris Elkinton (GL Garrad Hassan) presentation
  • Webinar:  Note- after clicking on the link, you will be directed to a Google Docs page, where you should first click “Download,” then click “Download Anyway”

Session 4: Offshore Wind Jobs and Economic Development Potential – May 30, 2012

Session 3: Optimized Vessel and Port Infrastructure for US Offshore Wind Deployment:  Introduction
March 7, 2012

Session 2Offshore Wind Supply Chain Working Group Conference Call– December 5, 2011

Session 1Offshore Wind Supply Chain Working Group Conference Call– September 21, 2011