AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER 2020 Conference

October 13 - 14, 2020
Grand Hyatt New York | New York, NY

Offshore Wind: Building the Future

The U.S. offshore wind industry is set to deliver significant economic benefits over the next decade. In addition to providing clean, affordable, and reliable power, the U.S. Offshore Wind Power Economic Impact Assessment estimates that developing 30,000 megawatts (MW) of offshore wind along the East Coast could support up to 83,000 jobs and deliver $25 billion in annual economic output by 2030.

With wind workers on the frontlines helping to keep the lights on every day, the industry will play an essential role in the post-pandemic economic recovery. These new jobs will help spur an economic boom in disenfranchised and urban communities throughout coastal states. In addition to thousands of jobs for legacy energy workers, offshore wind will offer an abundance of opportunities for the next generation of the ocean industry’s workforce around the country.

With offshore wind playing this critical role in economic recovery, it is more important now than ever that we come together to discuss what that really means and how we get there. How can we build this industry inclusively and responsibly and cultivate the next generation of clean energy leaders? Join top developers and experts this fall at the AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition, one of the largest and most successful gathering of offshore wind energy professionals in the U.S. to address these important topics.

AWEA’s 2019 event hit capacity with nearly 1,300 attendees between the two days of the conference, and over 75 exhibitors. As more steel goes in the water, this event will only continue to grow in value and scope.

>>>View the 2019 post conference report
>>>Purchase the 2019 conference recordings

**Please note, all fall AWEA conferences will feature a virtual attendance option. We know that there is uncertainty about travel and this option will ensure the global, clean energy workforce has the ability to participate in these informative conferences. In addition, we are developing event logistic procedures and attendee guidelines to ensure that our in-person conferences are held with precautions taken for the safety of our participants. We hope this allows you to make plans with confidence!**

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Exhibitors

Alpine Ocean Seismic Survey, Inc.
AP Sensing
Apem Inc and Normandeau Associates Inc.
Arup
AXIS Capital
Bachmann Electronic GmbH
BOEM
Bureau Veritas
Burns & McDonnell
Caldwell Marine International LLC
COWI
CSA Ocean Sciences Inc.
Danish Wind Export Association
DeTect Inc.
DNV GL
Ecology & Environment, Inc.
EGS
EIWPF
ENDIPREV USA
Energi Coast
EN Engineering
Environmental Design & Research
Environmental Solutions & Innovations, Inc.
Epsilon Associates, Inc.
Fugro
GE Renewable Energy
Gearcor, Inc.
GTA, Inc.
GZA
Haley & Aldrich/Norwegian Geotechnical Institute
HDR Inc.
Holland Home of Wind Energy
HYTORC
ICF
IMCORP
Infra-Metals
INSPIRE Environemental
ITH Engineering
Kokosing Industrial, Inc.
Leosphere
LGL Ecological Reseach Associates, Inc.
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Maryland Energy Association
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
MMT AB
Nexans
ODE Renewables LLC
Old Dominion University, Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography
Orcina
Pandell
PCS Crane Services INC
Phoenix Contact
POWER Engineers
PRYSMIAN
Rhode Island Commerce Corporation 
ROVCO
Roxtec Inc.
Sabik Offshore
SCANIA
SEACOR Marine (Falcon Global & Windcat Workboats)
SEARCH, Inc.
StormGeo
SWCA Environmental Consultants
Terrasond
Tetra Tech, Inc.
The CARIAN Group
TWR Lighting- APO Pharos Marine
UL LLC
ULC Robotics Inc.
University of Delaware-Offshore Wind Skills Academy
US Department of Energy - Wind Energy Technologies Office
VHB
Volvo Penta of Americas
WRI Energy

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