What’s Blowing in Offshore Wind? We are big fans and want to know!

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This item is part of the Offshore Wind - Summer 2018 SPECIAL ISSUE, click here for more

During the month of May, the Energy Central Clean Power Community will be highlighting insights shared around “What’s Blowing in Offshore Wind”.  As a community member of the group, we would love it if you could share any insights you have around the following topics:

  • State Policies and Requirements - Regulatory and Political Landscape
  • Technology and the Future of O&M
  • Funding Mechanisms for Offshore Wind / Financing US OFF shore wind
  • Building the US Offshore Wind Supply Chain
  • Forecast of offshore wind
  • Case Studies
  • The Future of Offshore Wind
  • Other key issues or topics that you think might be relevant

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Your shared post can just be highlights or bulleted talking points, it does not need to be a full-fledged article.  FYI – if you share by June 1st, your post will also be highlighted in a special newsletter issue on June 5th going to over 53,000 professionals in the power industry. Please us the tag Offshore Wind 2018 to ensure your post is included in the newsletter! 

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I look forward to being "blown away" by your insights in the community! 


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