. . . to supply chain opportunities! GLWN is working with states across the country to identify regional companies interested in supplying components, systems, equipment, material, and services for this exciting new industry. If you are interested in supplying the clean energy industry, then GLWN needs to know you. Contact GLWN today.
Launched in 2007 as the Great Lakes WIND Network, GLWN is an initiative of WIRE-Net, a non-profit economic development organization located in Cleveland, Ohio. To learn more, visit www.wire-net.org.
Offshore Wind in the Atlantic
GET LISTED in the Massachusetts Offshore Wind Supply Chain Directory
In 2016, we saw our nation's first offshore wind installation successfully completed in Rhode Island's coastal waters. Now with over 846,000 acres of seabed leased for development off the coast of Massachusetts, the offshore wind industry will continue to grow.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center wants to ensure consideration of Massachusetts manufacturers and service providers as each opportunity develops. GLWN is working with MassCEC to develop the Massachusetts Offshore Wind Supply Chain Directory, that will be available to any organization seeking local offshore wind suppliers.
Are you a Massachusetts company interested in supplying offshore wind? Then GET LISTED today.
Questions on the Massachusetts offshore wind opportunities? Contact GLWN.
Offshore Wind in the Great Lakes
GET LISTED in the Icebreaker Wind Regional Resource Directory
The The LEEDCo / Fred. Olsen Renewables USA Icebreaker Wind project will be the first freshwater wind farm installation in North America. GLWN is working with the Fred. Olsen and LEEDCo team to help identify, qualify, and engage local Northeast Ohio and regional companies that have an interest in being part of this project.
With construction scheduled to begin in 2018 and installation in 2019, Icebreaker Wind will need a broad range of services, equipment, material, labor, and manufacturing suppliers.
Interested in supply chain opportunities on Icebreaker Wind? GET LISTED today.
Questions on the Icebreaker Wind project? Contact GLWN.