The US offshore wind industry is off to a flying start, with seemingly more encouraging announcements happening every month – but are there challenges ahead. This begs the question, how do the challenges and opportunities in the US compare with what we are seeing in other international markets?
This webinar covered Baringa’s latest take on the policy and economic landscape, and what to expect in key regions for US offshore wind.
Our panel of experts explored:
- Lessons learned from Baringa’s recent advisory work supporting offshore wind players in their approach to recent BOEM auction rounds and development financing
- The global energy policy environment and economic outlook
- Baringa’s US market modelling and recent industry news
US offshore wind – what to expect for the year ahead
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