The updates below were featured in past is​sues of the Offshore Wind Weekly.

 

Week of Jan. 27

New guide shows stakeholder engagement opportunities during offshore wind development

Public participation in the offshore wind development process is critical, especially during the process of identifying potential opportunities for future offshore wind development. Early feedback from interested parties helps inform offshore wind development. Without public participation from other ocean users including the fishing industry and coastal communities, developers may find themselves unaware of issues important to interested parties and unable to identify viable alternatives early on, and they could face opposition that could have been avoided... [read more].

US Coast Guard Notice of Availability of Draft MARIPARS Report

On January 29, 2020, the U.S. Coast Guard published a Notice of Availability of Draft Report and Request for Comments on the Port Access Route Study for the Areas Offshore of Massachusetts and Rhode Island (MARIPARS). The Notice of Availability states that is is opening a second MARIPARS comment period to facilitate transparent public discussions on both (1) the New England wind developers’ proposal and report submitted to the Coast Guard and BOEM, which supports a 1NW by 1NM uniform grid across seven contiguous lease areas; and (2) the letter proposal of the Responsible Offshore Development Alliance (RODA) to the Coast Guard, BOEM and NMFS, which addresses the developers’ proposal letter, supporting the proposed 1 NM by 1 NM uniform grid but recommends six additional 4NM wide transit lane corridors through the lease areas.  Comments are due on March 16, 2020.

AWEA comments on US Coast Guard Request regarding initiation of anchorage regulation rulemaking

On January 28, 2020, AWEA filed comments on the U.S. Coast Guard's  Request for Comments on whether it should initiate a rulemaking to amend its existing anchorage regulations for "Anchorage Grounds; Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean, Delaware."
 

BOEM provides project updates, including timeline and scope for the SEIS Cumulative Impact Analysis, at New England Fishery Management Council Meeting

On January 28, 2020, BOEM presented an Atlantic Renewable Energy Program Update during the New England Fishery Management Council meeting.  In the presentation, BOEM provided an overview of each of the current offshore projects and outlines the scope for the Vineyard Wind SEIS Cumulative Impacts Analysis.
 

Offshore wind advocates solicit feedback after crushing blow to development (AWEA mention)

After outcry and opposition from commercial fishermen prompted the Trump administration to delay construction of dozens of wind turbines in the country's first large-scale offshore wind farm, the wind sector's main trade association and an advocacy group on Thursday took an unusual step to counter accusations that the industry has been less than transparent in seeking to transform U.S. coasts into watery clean energy hubs. The Special Initiative for Offshore Wind, a research and advocacy organization at the University of Delaware, and the American Wind Energy Association, a trade group, released what they're calling a "participation guide," a two-page primer on what can be a byzantine, years-long state and federal review processes for offshore wind projects. Like the 800-number on the back of a cereal box, the groups hope that the guide will solicit comments, concerns, and feedback from potential 

NREL publishes cost of floating offshore wind energy

This January, NREL published a report on the cost of floating offshore wind energy using New England Aqua Ventus Concreate Semisubmersible Technology. This report provides cost, technological, and resource data for floating offshore wind technology deployment at a hypothetical reference site representative of conditions in the Gulf of Maine. It is intended for stakeholders who want to understand more about the New England Aqua Ventus project costs as well as those who are interested in the general cost trends of the floating offshore wind industry. Click here to access the report.

NYSERDA Files Petition with PSC seeking authority to issue 1GW offshore wind solicitation

On January 28, 2020, NYSERDA filed a petition requesting that the Public Service Commission issue an order authorizing NYSERDA to issue a solicitation in 2020 for the procurement of at least 1,000 megawatts (MW) of offshore wind. NYSERDA's request is consistent with Governor Cuomo's directive to NYSERDA in his State of the State address to issue this second solicitation.  NYSERDA's petition includes a request for the solicitation to provide flexibility to "evaluate a range of bids that can maximize the competitive outcome, including bids for up to 2,500 MW, which would constitute an additional 1,800 MW beyond the 2,400 MW amount considered in the Commission’s prior Environmental Impact Statement."

New Jersey Offshore Transmission Bill

On January 21, Governor Phil Murphy signed S3985/A5663. The bill allows the NJ Board of Public Utilities (BPU) to conduct one or more competitive solicitations for open access offshore wind transmission lines designed to facilitate energy collection from multiple offshore wind projects and/or deliver that energy into the New Jersey grid. The bill allows the BPU to allocate OREC value to such proposals if they are selected in such a solicitation. The bill was amended from an earlier version that would have required, rather than merely authorized, the Board to conduct such solicitations.

AWEA Wind Standards Committee Meetings

AWEA is an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited standards development organization for consensus wind energy standards in the United States. Industry standards enhance the safety of industry operations, assure quality, help keep costs down, reduce waste, and minimize confusion. The AWEA Wind Technical Standards Committee (WTSC), AWEA Wind Workforce Standards Committee, and the Wind Environmental, Health, and Standards Committee will meet February 24 in Coronado, CA. In addition, two offshore standards subcommittees are meeting: the Offshore Standards Subcommittee of the WTSC is meeting on February 24 and the Offshore Safety Training Subcommittee of the WEHSSC is meeting on February 25. These meetings are before the AWEA Wind Project O&M and Safety Conference. View the full meeting schedule.

AWEA Wind Standards Call for Participation

The AWEA Wind Standards Committees and Subordinate Groups play an important role in helping develop standards for the wind energy industry. Standards play an important role in everyday life. Standards help speed acceptance, bring products to market quicker, and avoid having to reinvent the wheel every time a product is manufactured. Participation in committees and subordinate groups is open to all materially affected parties. Here are the following offshore groups:
  • Offshore Wind Subcommittee of the WTSC and the Offshore Wind Working Groups: Floating Offshore, Geotech and Geophysical Offshore, Metocean Offshore, OCRP 2012 Maintenance Offshore, Submarine Cables Offshore Working Group

  • Offshore Safety Subcommittee of the WEHSSC

  • Offshore Safety Training Subcommittee of the WEHSSC

View descriptions for all committees and subordinate groups. Contact standards@awea.org if you would like to participate.
 

Week of Jan. 20

New guide spotlights public input opportunities during US offshore wind development

As momentum to build large-scale U.S. offshore wind farms continues, a new guide released today will increase public transparency into the federal regulatory process governing offshore wind energy development. The new Offshore Wind Public Participation Guide, produced by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) and the University of Delaware's Special Initiative on Offshore Wind (SIOW), details the process and opportunities for public stakeholders and interested parties wishing to have their opinion heard.

AWEA seeks rehearing of PJM MOPR Order

On January 21, AWEA, along with SEIA, AEE, and ACORE, filed a detailed request for rehearing of FERC’s December order on the PJM MOPR. The filing identified numerous aspects of the order that are discriminatory towards wind, inconsistent with precedent, and exceed FERC's jurisdiction.

AWEA testifies on benefits of offshore wind in Maryland turbine size hearing

On Saturday, January 18, the Maryland Public Service Commission held a field hearing in Ocean City, MD regarding the proposed turbine changes in the Skipjack and MarWin projects offshore Maryland. AWEA had previously submitted testimony into the docket recommending approval of the change as the move to larger turbines did not materially affect the project visibility. The projects are both far enough from shore and the turbine change permits a reduction in the number of turbines, so visibility should not be impacted by the change. The hearing was remarkably well attended, with one estimate projecting 1,600 present. AWEA’s Andrew Gohn presented testimony highlighting the benefits of the projects, the close coordination with Ocean City in the designation of the Maryland Wind Energy Area, and the federal nature of the leases. AWEA will continue to advocate on this issue.
 

US Coast Guard (USCG) Request for Comments on amendment of anchorage regulations

On November 29, the Coast Guard issued a Request for Comments on whether it should initiate a rulemaking to amend its existing anchorage regulations for "Anchorage Grounds; Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean, Delaware." It is considering this action after receiving requests suggesting additional anchorage grounds are necessary to accommodate current and future vessel traffic, improve navigation safety, and because traditional anchorage areas may not be available due to planned or potential offshore wind energy development. The Coast Guard invites comments on whether it should initiate a rulemaking to amend its existing anchorage regulations based on this, or if the status quo should be maintained or other actions considered. In particular, the Coast Guard requests input to determine to what extent the notional anchorages, Anchorage B—Breakwater, Anchorage C—Cape Henlopen, and Anchorage D—Indian River would accommodate current and future vessel traffic, improve navigation safety, and facilitate continued growth of Delaware River ports, offshore renewable energy and associated economic activity; or if the status quo should be maintained, or other actions should be considered. Comments are due by January 28, 2020.
 

Mid-Atlantic Ocean Fishery Council Meeting

The Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council will hold a meeting from February 11-13, 2020 in Duck, NC. On February 11th, there will be an update by Avangrid Renewables on the Kitty Hawk Wind Project. The January 2020 Offshore Wind updates from the Council regarding activities in the Mid-Atlantic and Southern New England are available here. You can sign up for the Council's offshore wind email list to receive these updates.
 

Week of Jan. 13

AWEA CEO Tom Kiernan featured on BBC Radio

On January 3, BBC Radio aired a special segment on the state of wind energy around the world as part of its World Business Report. Tom Kiernan provided a perspective on the current state of U.S. wind energy, the "all of the above" balance with other energy sources, the President’s political miscalculation with wind development in red states, and the opportunity for job growth. The segment was broadcast globally and is available to listen to on the BBC website. Contact Stacey Kerans with questions. 

Maryland to hold hearing on offshore turbine size

The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold a public comment hearing as part of its limited inquiry into impacts related to changes in the turbine sizes originally anticipated for use in the Skipjack and US Wind offshore projects on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 12 Noon at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center (Rooms 215-217), 4001 Coastal Highway in Ocean City, Maryland. AWEA's Andrew Gohn will testify on behalf of AWEA. Members and offshore wind supporters are encouraged to participate.

Massachusetts DOER issues Request for Comment on Offshore Wind Transmission and Notice of  Technical Conference

On January 15, 2020, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) issued a request for comment on “Massachusetts Offshore Wind Transmission and Notice of Date for Technical Conference.”  The request is intended to gather data on whether and/or how a solicitation for independent transmission should occur and, if warranted, whether to issue a separate contingent solicitation for independent transmission prior to additional solicitations for up to 1600MW offshore wind as directed by DOER in its May 2019 Offshore Wind Study. A full-day technical conference co-hosted by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (Mass-CEC) and DOER on March 3 will include a discussion on the general costs and benefits of coordinated transmission, as well as the form of a potential independent transmission procurement under current legislative authority.   All interested stakeholders and members of the public are encouraged to provide written comments by February 8 prior to the technical conference. Questions for the stakeholders are included in the notice. Note that all comments will be made publicly available before the conference. More information about the request, conference, and comments can be found here.

New England Fishery Management Council Meeting

The New England Fisheries Management Council will hold a meeting on January 28-30 in Portsmouth, NH. On January 28, there will be two updates on offshore energy projects in the Northeast — one from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and the other from the Habitat Committee. Additional details regarding the meeting can be found here and the agenda here. Slides also will be made available following the meeting.

Maine Fishermen's Forum Seminar

On March 5, the Maine Fishermen's Forum will host a one-day seminar on offshore wind energy development in the Gulf of Maine. The agenda will include discussion of: turbine construction, siting, and cabling; federal and state permitting and development requirements, including how fishing concerns are considered in the process; impacts on fisheries and research, and how fishermen and fisheries are working to represent fishermen's interests. Panelists include representatives of federal and state agencies involved in fisheries and wind energy development in the Gulf of Maine, plus several fishing industry members who will share real-life experiences and lessons learned from working with the government and wind energy developers in the mid-Atlantic.

Offshore Wind Focus at AWEA O&M and Safety Conference

The upcoming conference agenda includes sessions specific to offshore wind O&M and safety. Panelists include experts from BOEM, DOL-OSHA, GE Renewable Energy, Ørsted Wind Power North America & Vineyard Wind. More details will be announced in the coming weeks. Make plans to join us next month in San Deigo! Register here.
 

Week of Jan. 6

AWEA's statement on National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Review Process

The American Wind Energy Association issued the following statement on changes to the National Environmental Policy Act announced today by the White House. "The American Wind Energy Association supports improving the National Environmental Policy Act review process," said Amy Farrell, Senior Vice President of Government and Public Affairs for AWEA.

The Maryland Public Service Commission to hold public comment hearing

The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold a public comment hearing as part of its limited inquiry into impacts related to changes in the turbine sizes originally anticipated for use in the Skipjack and US Wind offshore projects on Saturday, January 18, 2020, at 12 Noon at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center (Rooms 215-217), 4001 Coastal Highway in Ocean City, Maryland. AWEA's Andrew Gohn will testify on behalf of AWEA. AWEA members and offshore wind supporters are encouraged to participate.

 

Week of Jan. 6

AWEA's statement on National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Review Process

The American Wind Energy Association issued the following statement on changes to the National Environmental Policy Act announced today by the White House. "The American Wind Energy Association supports improving the National Environmental Policy Act review process," said Amy Farrell, Senior Vice President of Government and Public Affairs for AWEA.

The Maryland Public Service Commission to hold public comment hearing

The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold a public comment hearing as part of its limited inquiry into impacts related to changes in the turbine sizes originally anticipated for use in the Skipjack and US Wind offshore projects on Saturday, January 18, 2020, at 12 Noon at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center (Rooms 215-217), 4001 Coastal Highway in Ocean City, Maryland. AWEA's Andrew Gohn will testify on behalf of AWEA. AWEA members and offshore wind supporters are encouraged to participate.
 

Week of Dec. 16

AWEA urges Department of Interior to advance offshore wind projects on one-year anniversary of record-breaking lease auctions

This weekend represents the one-year anniversary of a record-breaking auction for three lease areas off the coast of Massachusetts. Rights to develop the three lease areas sold for a combined $405 million, with winning bids coming from Mayflower Wind Energy, Equinor, and Vineyard Wind. "Last year’s auction results erased any doubts that harnessing the winds off America's shores offers a tremendous investment opportunity," said Laura Morton, AWEA's Senior Director for Policy & Regulatory Affairs, Offshore... [read more]

US Coast Guard (USCG) Update

On November 29, the Coast Guard issued a Request for Comments on whether it should initiate a rulemaking to amend its existing anchorage regulations for "Anchorage Grounds; Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean, Delaware." It is considering this action after receiving requests suggesting additional anchorage grounds are necessary to accommodate current and future vessel traffic, improve navigation safety, and because traditional anchorage areas may not be available due to planned or potential offshore wind energy development. The Coast Guard invites comments on whether it should initiate a rulemaking to amend its existing anchorage regulations based on this, or if the status quo should be maintained or other actions considered. Comments are due by January 28, 2020.

Final National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) includes vessel navigation study related to offshore wind

The House and Senate recently completed negotiations over the fiscal year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The bill text is available here. Section 3518 includes language similar to a provision Senator Markey (D-MA) offered during Senate Commerce Committee consideration of a bill reauthorizing the U.S. Maritime Administration. The provision requires a report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the non-partisan investigative arm of Congress, on the availability of Jones Act compliant vessels for "emerging offshore energy infrastructure, including offshore wind energy." The report must be delivered within six months.

Final NDAA omits favorable House amendment language

The House version of the NDAA included an amendment offered by Representative Carbajal (D-CA) that would prohibit DoD from proposing offshore wind exclusion zones or objecting to an offshore wind project until 180 days after submitting a report to Congress regarding how DoD plans to evaluate proposed offshore wind farms and their compatibility with military training and operations, including the process to consider mitigation of potential impacts. The Carbajal language was not included in the recently negotiated final NDAA. However, similar language from Carbajal (though, more narrowly targeting offshore California) was included in the House Armed Services Committee Report that accompanied approval in the House.

Week of Dec. 9

Unified regulatory agenda indicates BOEM offshore wind regulatory reform rule coming soon

The Department of Interior's Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) DOI/BOEM states that it intends to issue a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) to reform, streamline, and clarify its renewable energy regulation under the Administration's regulatory reform agenda. According to the Notice, the rulemaking "contains reforms that are intended to facilitate offshore renewable energy development without decreasing environmental safeguards." AWEA previously filed comments in November 2017 in response to a BOEM request for regulatory reform ideas and we plan to file comments on the NOPR when it is published.

US Coast Guard (USCG) announces plans to consider a fairways rulemaking next year

The USCG included in the Unified Regulatory Agenda the intention to issue an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANOPR) in May 2020 seeking comments on the possible establishment of shipping safety fairways (Fairways). Fairways are marked vessel traffic routes in which any obstructions are prohibited. The proposed fairways are based on two studies on vessel traffic along the Atlantic Coast. According to the USCG, it is coordinating this action with BOEM to minimize impacts on potential offshore energy leases BOEM may grant in the future. AWEA has filed multiple comments with the USCG in vessel navigation dockets and plans to file ANOPR comments when it is published.

Connecticut announces offshore bid results

On December 5, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) Commissioner Katie Dykes announced a bid from developer Vineyard Wind has been selected to advance to contract negotiations with the state's electric distribution companies. Vineyard Wind's proposal would provide 804 megawatts (MW) of offshore wind through the development of the Park City Wind Project. The bid was selected through a competitive request for proposals (RFP) that DEEP conducted pursuant to Public Act 19-71, An Act Concerning the Procurement of Energy Derived from Offshore Wind. Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont signed this bill into law June 7, 2019 after it received overwhelming bipartisan support in the Connecticut General Assembly.

Offshore wind still looks to get a foothold in California (AWEA Mention)

There may be a literal energy windfall off the coast of California but it is still unclear whether the federal government will give approval to specific sites and how long it will take before tall turbines are bobbing on the Pacific, sending electricity to customers across the Golden State. Wind energy's boosters are eager to see proposed projects get the go-ahead. "Let's get a couple of these rolling, get some floating offshore turbines out there and build this over time, which is exactly what you're seeing on the East Coast," said Tom Kiernan, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association.

Connecticut to reap economic and environmental benefits as Park City Wind Project moves forward (AWEA Mention)

Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) Commissioner Katie Dykes this week announced that a bid from developer Vineyard Wind has been selected to advance to contract negotiations with the state's electric distribution companies to provide 804 megawatts (MW) of offshore wind through the development of the Park City Wind Project. The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) said today that the project sets a new standard for low-cost offshore wind that will pay off in multiple ways for the state.

AWEA statement on Elizabeth Warren's 'Blue New Deal'

"Policies like those proposed in Sen. Elizabeth Warren's 'Blue New Deal' will play an important role in growing offshore wind into the next major homegrown energy source. Offshore wind will create thousands of jobs and a new American supply chain and will revitalize coastal and port communities — all while supplying clean energy to many of the country's largest population centers," said Tom Kiernan, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association.

Week of Dec. 2

AWEA's Laura Morton on Bloomberg Market Minute

The Bloomberg Market Minute segment ran November 30 on 200+ local radio stations around the U.S. with a quick overview of wind energy industry growth opportunities and a soundbite from AWEA's Laura Morton, Senior Director of Policy & Regulatory Affairs for Offshore. 
 

Week of Nov. 18

AWEA applauds GREEN Act released by Chairman Richard Neal (D-MA)

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) issued the a statement applauding the release of the Growing Renewable Energy and Efficiency Now (GREEN) Act by Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA), Chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Ways and Means. The legislation includes an extension of the Wind Production Tax Credit (PTC) at 60 percent for five years and extends the offshore wind Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for five years. The wind energy tax credit is expiring this year, while other energy sources have permanent tax credits.

New Jersey ups the ante on offshore wind 

Over the past few years, states up and down the East Coast have jockeyed for position as America's offshore wind leader. Massachusetts and Rhode Island were early movers, Maryland and New York have made waves, and Connecticut and Virginia made a big push earlier this fall. Now New Jersey is making its move — Gov. Phil Murphy just announced the state is more doubling its offshore wind commitment to 7,500 megawatts by 2035...[read more]

Week of Nov. 11

'Uber drivers' for offshore wind

Offshore wind has the potential to create tens of thousands of new American jobs and an entirely new U.S. supply chain. In fact, 74 different occupations are needed to build an offshore wind farm, according to the Workforce Development Institute. Some of these jobs might surprise you, like this "Uber driver" for the Block Island Wind Farm. View video.

Offshore wind: The next American energy source

Across the Atlantic, Pacific and Great Lakes coasts, offshore wind power is arriving. That means tens of thousands of new jobs, a new American supply chain and abundant clean energy. U.S. offshore wind power is ready to get to work. View video.

Week of Nov. 4

Bipartisan House Offshore Wind ITC bill introduced

On Wednesday, October 30th, Rep. Pascrell (D-NJ) and Rep. King (D-NY) introduced H.R. 4887, the "Offshore Wind Power Act of 2019." This legislation is the House companion bill to Sens. Carper (D-DE) and Collins (R-ME) bill, S.1988 that extends the offshore ITC through calendar year 2027 or until the industry reaches 3,000 MW, whichever happens later. Rep. Pascrell is a member of the House Ways and Means Committee and has prioritized an offshore wind ITC in part of any House energy tax extenders legislation. The press release, including a supportive quote from AWEA's CEO, Tom Kiernan, can be found here.

MA selects Mayflower Wind project

On October 30, Massachusetts announced it selected the 804 MW Mayflower Wind project as the winner of the state's second offshore wind solicitation. The project is being developed by Mayflower Wind Energy, a joint venture of Shell New Energies and EDP Renewables. The developers will now negotiate a final contract with the state's distribution utilities, Eversource, National Grid, and Unitil, which is expected to be executed by December 13. The price of the project came in lower than the original price cap of $84 per MWh, and the developers estimate that the project will reduce electricity rates by $3.7 billion over the term of the contract. Mayflower Wind is scheduled for operations in 2025. Learn more.


Additional Resources

  • WINDIQ: WindIQ is the authoritative source of U.S. wind project and manufacturing data. The interactive, online platform provides data, charts, and dashboards covering all operational, under construction, and advanced development wind energy projects. WindIQ now allows you to search specifically for offshore projects via the ‘Phase Type’ criteria. The map also shows the offshore location of the project.
  • Offshore Wind Energy Fact Sheet: U.S. offshore wind is taking shape in waters off the coast across the country. Learn more about the abundant potential of this new ocean energy resource. Updated December 2019.
  • O&M and Safety Conference 2020: In the US, there are now over 56, 000 wind turbines with a combined capacity of 100 gigawatts (GW) of wind energy in the ground and 22 GW expected offshore by 2030. This impressive growth, coupled with leaps in technology, has renewable energy companies looking at their operating assets for profits. But what does operations look like in the 2020s? A successful wind project requires more than top-notch technology; its most important asset are the people who maintain the projects.
  • CLEANPOWER 2020: The momentum for offshore wind continues leading into AWEA’s CLEANPOWER Conference & Exhibition, taking place June 1 – 4 in Denver. The event will include a pre-conference seminar about the offshore floating market opportunities on the horizon, as well as sessions that focus on key, strategic issues that impact the pan renewable community. Join us for CLEANPOWER 2020, where all the major developers, utilities, OEMs, suppliers and buyers converge under one roof.
  • Floating Offshore Wind Pre-Conference Seminar at CLEANPOWER 2020Attendees will learn about the latest technology, policy and regulatory developments that are facilitating the development of floating offshore wind projects.
  • Offshore 2019The 2019 AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER Conference in Boston included nearly 1,300 attendees, 76 exhibitors, dozens of sessions featuring 160 industry leaders and experts, as well as hundreds of onsite business meetings between attending companies. The opportunities and excitement around the future of the U.S. offshore wind sector were undeniable. It was evident our industry is at the forefront of a new American energy source. ICYMI: Post conference report, the conference recordings, and event photos.
  • Offshore 2020Save the date for the AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER 2020 Conference in New York City, October 13 - 14.

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