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Plugging offshore wind power into our energy grid

September 09, 2022

By Ralph Kurth and John Crowther

Ralph Kurth and John Crowther were featured in Windpower Engineering & Development to discuss offshore wind projects and the challenges that come with them

With the US setting a 30-GW offshore wind goal by 2030, the industry is ready to take off. This massive development is a very ambitious goal that will require detailed engineering and planning. One thing that shouldn’t be overlooked is the cabling needed to get this wind energy to shore and into communities.

In the September issue of Windpower Engineering & Development, Ralph Kurth and John Crowther explore the challenges of offshore wind projects and the solutions for successful project delivery.

Read the full article in Windpower Engineering.

  • Ralph Kurth

    Ralph is currently focused on HVDC transmission systems, ac substations, and their automation systems. He has served as technical advisor, project manager, and commissioning manager on several technically advanced projects around the world.

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  • John Crowther

    With over 30 years of experience in environmental engineering and consulting, John now leads our offshore wind business in the renewable energy sector.

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