Why Offshore Wind in the U.S Might Soon Face Logistic Bottlenecks

Why Offshore Wind in the U.S Might Soon Face Logistic Bottlenecks

Why Offshore Wind in the U.S Might Soon Face Logistic Bottlenecks

04/21/19

“Why is offshore wind in the U.S having logistic problems?”

Offshore wind in the United States is expanding at a rapid pace, particularly in the Northeast. However, since offshore wind turbines tend to extremely large in nature, it takes a large amount of transportation infrastructure such as cranes and heavy trucks for transportation logistics. Due to the limited supply of these components, these projects face the possibility of being stalled. This is Why Offshore Wind in the U.S is Facing Logistic Bottlenecks.

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