Offshore 2014 - Building a Strong Domestic Supply Chain from the Start
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Wondering how American suppliers will join in the first wave of offshore wind projects? A panel of industry experts will describe how a new domestic supply chain is taking shape along the US East Coast. Learn about the first U.S. Marine Commerce Terminal for wind in the Port of New Bedford Massachusetts the port construction taking place to handle the large offshore wind turbine components today and the planning to manufacture the large components: foundations towers blades and nacelles. The session will also examine the recently completed study“U.S. Wind Energy Manufacturing and Supply Chain: A Competiveness Analysis” and identify where the needs are for innovation and cost reduction. Discover what’s needed most as U.S. offshore wind farms are developed and approved and how to qualify for work in this new industry.