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World Hydrogen Leader Charley Rattan Associates

UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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I was lucky enough to spend a week with BOEM a couple of years ago; the first Offshore Wind project had just been completed and the team indicated that New York might prove a trail blazer for the US.  It seem those predictions are now becoming a reality.

 

The community may find Dr Massey and my 'chinwag' podcast of interest:

 

 

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Matt Chester on Apr 24, 2020

Love seeing this progress-- the competition between New York, Massachusetts, Virginia, and others to become the initial US offshore wind hub is the type of 'space race' I can really get behind

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Charley Rattan on Apr 24, 2020

I agree Matt, there's also a bit of this competition in here in the UK. The East Coast charge led by Hul and Grimsby and the West with Workington and Barrow.  In actuality everyone is a winner with the mayor of Grimsby describing hosting offshore wind as 'transformational'.  

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