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The offshore wind market is expanding rapidly, growing beyond its roots in Europe and becoming a significant factor in U.S. power generation.
The sector is not only gaining momentum on the east and west coasts, including development of floating offshore wind in California, but also along the Gulf of Mexico and in the Great Lakes region. Retirements of traditional generating resources and the challenges of developing traditional gas resources in many areas — combined with federal renewable energy targets for 2030/2050 and renewable power goals in many states — are driving the buildout of this untapped resource. We provide a strong, multidisciplinary approach to this market, with a comprehensive knowledge of global, federal, state and local challenges and other drivers of offshore development. We engage with state and federal officials and agencies at all levels to build understanding of this critical renewable power resource.
Leading With Passion
We’re passionate about developing offshore wind, which has led us to roles with over three-quarters of the commercial offshore wind projects in the U.S. We provide broad services for the sector, from front-end consulting to engineering design through full engineer-procure-construct (EPC) delivery. We provide offshore cabling design and routing, offshore substation design and fabrication, complete electrical system design — including HVDC and AC, onshore and offshore environmental support, offshore component fabrication, and ports and harbor redevelopment.
Our industry leadership includes heavy involvement in the innovation and development of the offshore wind sector across North America. Our team undertakes work with developers and utilities involved in the market globally and engages with key stakeholders: federal agencies, state officials, regional development agencies, unions, local/national/international supply chain partners, and networking and trade associations.
Our knowledge of U.S. regulatory requirements and state drivers, combined with our understanding of the global offshore wind sector, is unparalleled. This industry knowledge gives our team insight into both technical and regulatory requirements and allows us to better support projects at every stage of offshore wind farm development.
Local connections are a key driver in the U.S. for offshore wind. By understanding the requirements of the sector, the demands of states, the capabilities of local and global supply chains, we navigate issues successfully and help develop a solution that addresses potentially diverging requirements.
While the market is in the early stages in North America, we are engaged in ongoing offshore wind projects that demonstrate our skill sets in key areas. Our work has included new and updated onshore substations and overhead/underground transmission lines, offshore export cables with voltages from 66-kV to 275-kV, interconnection stations with voltages from 69-kV to 345-kV, and station ratings from 135 megawatts to 840 MW. We have also undertaken interconnection studies, system analysis reviews and grid connection analyses. Our environmental permitting and ports and harbors teams are also engaged in the sector.
We provide full EPC services for electrical delivery components of each project, as well as program management, construction management and other traditional delivery methods for the balance of the project, adaptable to fit individual project needs. Our industry-recognized tools for supply chain management and project controls are used to manage the largest, most complex projects in the power industry.
Specialized Capabilities in Offshore Substations
To help the U.S. reach its offshore wind generation targets and address global supply chain challenges for the industry, we have established a team to provide U.S.-based engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction of offshore substations. Engineering and management are led from our center of excellence in the Northeast, and the fabrication and construction will take place at Gulf Coast facilities.
We leverage an experienced global offshore substation design team for offshore structural and safety engineering. Bringing U.S.-designed and -fabricated offshore substations to market strengthens the U.S. offshore wind supply chain and supports the growth of offshore wind as a sustainable energy source.