Webinar 1 USA: Offshore Wind in New England and the Netherlands: Building Partnerships for International Business REGISTRATION CLOSED

Aanvangsdatum: 04-Mar-2021
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The U.S. offshore wind market is building momentum based on strong interest and commitments from Northeast and Mid-Atlantic StatesThis has resulted in a project pipeline which may result in nearly 30GW installed capacity by 2035. To build out these systems, the U.S. supply chain will require the successful collaboration between the offshore wind industry, labor, environmental stakeholders, existing companies, new market participants, government, and other institutions. The Dutch sector can help meet the needs and support the growth of the U.S. offshore wind market by sharing experience, engaging in collaborations, and transfering innovative technology and industry practices.

As facilitators of this programming initiative, Holland Home of Wind Energy (HHWE) and the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) have organized a series of Webinars in the upcoming months, where experts and stakeholders can inform each other, share insights, and promote an exchange of information and ideas on a variety of offshore wind topics. Connections made in these sessions can help identify potential for future opportunities for cooperation and engagement.


This series of Webinars consists of: 
  • - Webinar 1: Offshore Wind in New England and the Netherlands: Building Partnerships for International Business - March 4, 2021 (see agenda and registration below)
  • - Webinar 2: Offshore Wind Ports and Vessels: Opportunities for U.S. - Netherlands cooperation - April 1, 2021 (see more information and registration here)
  • - Webinar 3: Foundations and Installation Methods: Opportunities for U.S. - Netherlands Cooperation - April 29, 2021 (see more information and registration here)

Webinar 1: Offshore Wind in New England and the Netherlands
The primary objective of this first Webinar is to introduce U.S. and Dutch offshore wind leaders and stakeholders and lay the groundwork for mutually beneficial cooperation between the New England states, Partners For International Business (PIB) cluster members, developers, industries, and others in the offshore wind energy sector moving forward. The Webinar will (1) update Dutch participants on recent developments in the New England region of the U.S., project developments, crucial topics, and even obstacles in various states, and (2) highlight the Dutch offshore wind experience and, broadly, the capabilities of the PIB cluster and its members. 

Agenda Webinar 1
9.30am - 12.30pm EST / 3.30pm - 6.30pm CET

Welcoming Remarks

HHWE and MassCEC

State updates
- State brief updates on 1. projects selected to date and    
  future procurements, and 2. efforts on development of the
  local supply chain and workforce;
- States identify key contacts        

MassCEC, RI Commerce Corporation,
CT Department of Economic & Community 
Development
, Governor's Energy Office ME,
and NH Business Finance Authority

Developer updates
- Developer brief introductions on company/JV, projects
  awarded, and efforts to connect industry with local
  businesses 

    Orsted, Equinor, Vineyard Wind and 
    Mayflower Wind
Offshore Wind in NL and Introduction to HHWE and PIB

HHWE, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Topsector 
Energy (TKI Wind op zee)
, and PIB 
cluster members
Closing Remarks
-
US is at a tipping point, and needs to grow rapidly.
- value of international cooperation and learning from European
  expertise to help propel this growth.

American Clean Power Association

Q&A, Next Steps and Upcoming Webinars

MassCEC and HHWE


More information and registration 
For more information about this or the upcoming Webinars, please contact mr. Arjen Schutten, Managing Director Holland Home of Wind Energy (arjen@hhwe.eu / +31 6 46 36 38 54) or mr. Bruce Carlisle, Managing Director Offshore Wind Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (bcarlisle@masscec.com)

For registration related questions, please contact ms. Eline Timmer Manager International Events Holland Home of Wind Energy (eline@hhwe.eu / +31 6 51 24 90 79)

NB: it's not possible anymore to register for the first Webinar.

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