Offshore WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition

October 28-30, 2024   |   Atlantic City, NJ   |   Atlantic City Convention Center

 

Thank you to our presenting sponsor:

Platinum Presenting Sponsor

2400+

Attendees in 2023, 60% of whom are involved in final purchasing decisions

75+

Top speakers across 3 stages

130+

Exhibitors in 2023 across a 37K sq. ft. show floor

46

U.S. states and 15+ countries represented by 2023 attendees

The future of the U.S. offshore wind industry is bright but present challenges persist.

This event is dedicated to convening top developers, government officials, and key stakeholders across the industry who are working to achieve the full promise of U.S. offshore wind.

With supply chain disruptions and rising inflation, offshore wind’s essential role in our nation’s clean energy future is at risk. Thousands of industry professionals engaged with the top industry leaders and government officials who are working to achieve the full promise of this key economic development strategy and climate solution.

Apply to Present a Poster at Offshore WINDPOWER

Offshore WINDPOWER will feature a robust e-Poster gallery with the latest industry information to inform and educate attendees on a variety of topics. ACP will accept abstracts for poster presentations across the following areas.

  • Creating a Sustainable Commercial Framework for Offshore Wind Power Projects
    State Procurement
  • Providing a Predictable and Efficient Permitting Framework for Offshore Wind Power Projects\Permitting & Siting
  • Building Public Support for Offshore Wind Power
  • Offshore Wind Power Safety
  • Offshore Wind Power Science

Applications will be accepted until June 14, 2024.

People looking at EPosters at Offshore Wind

Highlights from the 2023 Event

Offshore WINDPOWER 2023 Recap Video

2023 Featured Speakers

2023 Activities


Pre-Con: Northeast Regional Market Opportunities In Offshore Wind

This seminar provided a tutorial for local businesses in the northeast region eager to learn more about offshore wind. State representatives, industry experts, and offshore wind companies provides information on the state of the market, broke down the elements and taxonomy of an offshore wind project; examined the various procurement and contracting processes; and provided timelines for specific projects and future energy procurements.

Parting Waves Closing Reception

Attendees stayed to enjoy the Parting Waves Closing Reception to network and enjoy New England bites and brews. Thank you to our sponsor:

The logo for Avangrid, A Member of the Iberdrola Group. Avangrid is a sponsor of ACP's Offshore Windpower Conference.

Run Like the Wind

Thank you to everyone who joined other attendees, ACP staff and our sponsor, National Grid, for the Run like the Wind!

Thank you to our sponsor:

Logo for ACP Offshore Windpower 2023 Sponsor National Grid Ventures.

Participants in ACP's Offshore WINDPOWER Conference 2023 5k Fun Run gathered in a lobby holding American Clean Power flags.

Partner Event: Offshore Wind Skills Academy

Hosted by the University of Delaware

Attendees learned from the practicing professionals now planning, permitting, and building U.S. offshore wind projects. Comprehensive offshore wind project development ‘A to Z’ was offered immediately following the Offshore WINDPOWER conference.

Two workers on top of a wind turbine

Thank you to our 2023 Program Co-Chairs

The headshots and job titles of Jessica Reiter and Joshua Weinstein, ACP's Offshore WINDPOWER Conference's 2023 Program Co-Chairs.

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Did you know?

  • President Biden’s goal of 30 GW of Offshore Wind deployed by 2030 will trigger more than $12 billion per year in capital investment in projects on both U.S. coasts.
  • Offshore wind development could attract $57 billion of investment into the U.S. economy by 2030.
  • Offshore wind could create 83,000 new well-paying jobs by 2030.
  • There are more than 35,000 megawatts (MW) of offshore wind potential under development on the East Coast, and there is room for further opportunity.
  • States have established nearly 74,000 MW of offshore wind procurement targets to date.
  • Developers plan to bring 11,500 MW of offshore wind online by 2026 by developing 13 offshore wind projects.
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Our sponsors make ACP events possible. Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support!

Join thousands in Atlantic City during this critical moment for the offshore wind industry.

2024

 

Register to engage with the top industry leaders and government officials who are working to achieve the full promise of U.S. offshore wind.