Along our Atlantic coastline lies an energy resource with the power to create unparalleled job growth and economic transformation—offshore wind. We are dedicated to building a business network that will usher the U.S. into the offshore wind market. We empower our members with the education, tools, and connections necessary to participate in the creation of a booming new industry.

Spotlight on the Network

Building a Business Network to create increased opportunities for Members
The offshore wind industry is at a crossroad. Read more

Abby HopperAbby Hopper receives first Outstanding Achievement in Offshore Wind Award
Abigail Hopper received the first Outstanding Achievement in Offshore Wind Award during the Network’s Annual Dinner on April 22nd. Abby has shown unwavering perseverance for passing MOWEA, national leadership and created a partnership with Denmark, with whom Maryland and many people in the industry have benefited. Read more

Screen Shot 2015-05-06 at 2.37.11 PMMark Rice Honored with Special Recognition Award
Congratulations to Mark Rice who received a Special Recognition Award at the Network’s Awards Dinner. Read more


Apex Companies, LLC Honored as Member of the YearScreen Shot 2015-05-06 at 2.37.02 PM Congratulations to Apex Companies, LLC, who received the Member of the Year Award at the Network’s Awards Dinner. Read more


Maryland Offshore Wind 2015 Annual Meeting – success!
Our Annual Offshore Wind Meeting and Dinner on April 22-23 was a great success. Held in the Orioles Warehouse in Camden Yards, 177 people attended from 130 businesses.


Deepwater Wind Local Construction Launch

Deepwater Wind Local Construction Launch Video 2 from Deepwater Wind on Vimeo.

Energy Department Seeking Offshore Wind Feedback
The Energy Department’s Wind Program is seeking feedback from the wind industry, academia, research laboratories, government agencies, and other stakeholders regarding the key challenges currently facing offshore wind energy and the Wind Program’s implementation of the Energy Department’s National Offshore Wind Strategy report released in 2011.

Since the release of the National Offshore Wind Strategy report, the global offshore wind industry has doubled in size from 4 gigawatts (GW) of installed capacity to over 8 GW. Offshore wind technology is making progress as well. For example, the average nameplate capacity of installed offshore wind turbines is expected to double from 4 MW in 2011 to 8 MW by the end of 2016, allowing for improved economies of scale. Feedback through this request for information (RFI) will inform the program’s future strategies and priorities for advancing offshore wind technologies and deployments. Read more.

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