SUPPLY CHAIN WOULD PROVIDE TAILWIND TO OFFSHORE ENERGY
By Colin A. Young
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
BOSTON, MAY 11, 2017....If an offshore wind industry is to succeed in Massachusetts, it will require both competition and cooperation among developers and among states, and investments in port infrastructure that can help drive down the cost of future projects, a panel of offshore wind experts agreed Thursday.
The Northeast Clean Energy Council and Foley Hoag brought together developers, industry representatives, and officials from Massachusetts and New York to take stock of the industry and discuss how the Northeast can forge the way for the American offshore wind industry. Half the panelists were in Boston, with the other half in New York connected via video conference.
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