CCALS Partner Initiatives
Coastal VA Offshore Wind
- Problem: Ensure that a reliable and responsive supply chain and workforce sustains the VA wind farm and future East Coast opportunities
- Interest: A maritime company interested in expanding their material supply operations to VA
- Benefit: Maritime logistics expertise, infrastructure, workforce, business incentives, state support, early market entry
- Determine logistics support site locations
- Review supply chain planning and maritime control methods for oﬀshore installations
- Collaboratively develop risk register to minimize disruptions and perform resilience analysis to facilitate recovery
- Provide direct contact with university students interested in energy and the maritime industry
- Modeling and simulation of oﬀshore wind supply chain
- Provide well-trained students
- Partner to solve company specific issues as opportunity grows
This is the second in a series exploring energy markets in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This article discusses the identification of coordinated benefits in moving toward renewable energy.
The Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME), in collaboration with Old Dominion University (ODU), has produced a video touting Virginia as a location for new offshore wind business.
This is the first in a series exploring energy markets in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This article summarizes where Virginia’s energy resources are headed and lays out three challenges in moving toward renewable energy.
Virginia is all in for reinventing itself with renewable energy by capitalizing on offshore wind generation and job creation. On Sept. 19, Dominion Energy announced the largest offshore wind project in the U.S., to produce 2,600 megawatts of wind energy by 2026 off our coast. That’s enough to power approximately 650,000 homes.
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