Supply Chain Database

Offshore wind is still in its early stages in the U.S., yet it is poised to develop at large scale across the Northeast. As the pipeline of U.S. projects continues to grow, the supply chain that is currently grounded in Europe will position itself to serve this U.S. growth. New York companies are in an ideal position to capitalize on these economic opportunities including supply chain solutions designed to reduce the levelized cost of energy of offshore wind.

This interactive database showcases local, regional, and global companies with capabilities to serve the offshore wind industry. To request placement in this database, or to update your company’s information, please submit your company’s information or changes using NYSERDA’s Offshore Wind Supply Chain Database Request FormLink opens in new window - close new window to return to this page.. The database is updated quarterly.

Using the filters and search bars, the data can be filtered by country, state/province, organization type, and organization name. Users can also click on specific organization types on the bar chart to filter all data by a particular organization type. The map’s zooming function can be used to filter the data geographically. To dive deeper into the underlying data, download the full dataset at download the full dataset at Open NYLink opens in new window - close new window to return to this page.

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