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US Offshore Wind Outlook

October 05, 2022

By Phaedra Taiarol and Mark Stobart

Phaedra Taiarol and Mark Stobart were featured in North American Clean Energy to outline how the offshore wind industry will grow and evolve

After the 2021 Infrastructure Bill passed in the United States, the offshore wind industry is set to take off. This is big news for the energy and resources industry, which has been working to reduce emissions and facilitate the great energy transition.

Offshore wind farms have the ability to produce significant amounts of renewable energy. But these kind of projects come with many challenges that require innovative, environmentally responsible solutions. Phaedra Taiarol and Mark Stobart were featured in North American Clean Energy to explore offshore wind projects and best practices for successful project delivery. 

Read the full article at North American Clean Energy.

  • Phaedra Taiarol

    Phaedra has experience with high voltage direct current (HVDC) systems, high voltage cables, power system studies, and substation grounding studies and design.

    Contact Phaedra
  • Mark Stobart

    A professional engineer, Mark’s worked on various stages of high-voltage direct current (HVDC) and high voltage alternating current (HVAC) land and underwater power cable projects—one of which will be the deepest system in the world once installed.

    Contact Mark
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