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Join speakers from ABB, Lloyd’s Register, Equinor and World Energy Reports as we explore why 2021 is the year for offshore wind in the United States.
WHEN: Thursday, March 25, 2021, 11 a.m. EDT (US).
From eight turbines for 42MW of capacity at the end of 2020, 2021 will be the year when northeast and mid-Atlantic offshore wind projects start to receive construction and operations clearance to deliver a pipeline of projects set to meet state procurement targets of 31GW by 2035. Ports, fabricators, component manufacturers, vessel operators, engineering firms and lenders will benefit from the $87 billion capex and a $2.8 billion annual opex opportunity. The Great Lakes and the Pacific Coast will make advances.
- Dave Lee – Senior Account Manager, New Build, ABB Marine & Ports
- Philip Lewis – Director of Research, World Energy Reports
- Julia Bovey – Director, External Affairs, Equinor Wind US
- Chris Pfisterer – Vice President, Energy Transition & Integration, Lloyd’s Register, Marine & Offshore
Moderated by Greg Trauthwein, Editor and Associate Publisher, Offshore Engineer and Maritime Reporter & Engineering News magazines.
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