Complementary Information Portal

The US Department of Energy is providing a major share of the funding for the Offshore Wind Hub through its support of regional resource centers for wind energy.

Phase I Offshore WindHub

The Offshore Wind Hub currently focuses on the Atlantic Coast, but other regions will be added over time.

Improving Offshore WindHub

Suggest resources to be included on the Offshore Wind Hub web site using the form below.

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Federal Resources

Federal agencies play multiple roles in siting, leasing, and permitting; technology research and development; and, financing and infrastructure development.

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Multi-State Resources

Many activities to prepare for  and develop offshore wind involve more than one state.

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SUBMIT RESOURCE

To continue to improve the usefulness of the Offshore Wind Hub web site, we are interested in learning about additional documents to include. If you know of a document that should be included among the listed documents, use this form.

The Offshore Wind Hub

The Offshore Wind Hub collects all major reports, laws, environmental assessments, and other documents related to offshore wind policy, technology, economics, and siting in the Atlantic Coast states. The site offers open access to hundreds of documents. You can search  by state, topic, or key words. The listings are updated regularly for the individual states, but the listings for the federal government are not necessarily complete.

The Offshore Wind Hub is a project of the Northeast Wind Resource Center. It is managed by Clean Energy Group, with participation by the Business Network for Offshore Wind and the Maine Ocean & Wind Industry Initiative. The US Department of Energy and the John Merck Fund provide partial funding for the Offshore Wind Hub. The US Offshore Wind Collaborative created the Offshore Wind Hub  in 2012. For more information about the Offshore Wind Hub, click here.

Participating Organizations