Stability and predictability are two hurdles that the offshore wind industry must clear to build out the new fleet it needs. What does it mean to enable both in a way that makes sense for the present and future of the industry? These questions are explored in the latest issue of WorkBoat + Wind, along with:

  • How and why U.S. offshore wind progress slow
  • News about hydrogen from offshore wind being under study
  • BMT unveiling new crew transfer vessel design at the International WorkBoat Show

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