Ports trying to keep pace with offshore wind development

By Michelle Froese By Mark Del FrancoContributor
The supply chain, including ports, vessels, and equipment suppliers, will likely be tested in the coming years to keep up with the pace and demand of offshore wind development in the United States.
At the end of 2018, there were 14 offshore wind projects in various stages of development across the Eastern and Great Lakes coasts. While offshore developers secure financing, licenses, and components, several U.S. port operators are upgrading their infrastructure to accommodate this emerging renewable energy market.
Liz Burdock, the executive director of offshore wind advocacy Business Network for Offshore Wind, notes that the U.S. ports have

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