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Supply Chain Deep Dive Assessment U.S. Department of Energy Response to Executive Order 14017, “America’s Supply Chains”

Source/Sponsor: 
US Department of Energy
Creator/Author: 
US Department of Energy
Description: 

The report “America’s Strategy to Secure the Supply Chain for a Robust Clean Energy Transition” lays out the challenges and opportunities faced by the United States in the energy supply chain as well as the federal government plans to address these challenges and opportunities. It is accompanied by several issue-specific deep dive assessments, including this one, in response to Executive Order 14017 “America’s Supply Chains,” which directs the Secretary of Energy to submit a report on supply chains for the energy sector industrial base. The Executive Order is helping the federal government to build more secure and diverse U.S. supply chains, including energy supply chains.

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Publication Date: 
Thursday, February 24, 2022
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Achieving American Leadership in the Wind Supply Chain

Source/Sponsor: 
BOEM
Creator/Author: 
US Department of Energy
Description: 

Land-based and offshore wind are expected to be a cornerstone for achieving U.S. clean electricity generation objectives, including 100% clean electricity by 2035 and an 30 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind by 2030. Meeting these goals will require significant expansion of domestic supply chains and installation of unprecedented amounts of wind capacity. To meet this challenge, researchers compiled a report examining the U.S. land-based and offshore wind energy supply chain, including raw materials, processed materials, components, sub-components, and recycling.

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Publication Date: 
Thursday, March 24, 2022
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Securing the U.S. Supply Chain for the Wind Energy Industry

Source/Sponsor: 
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Creator/Author: 
Wind Energy Technologies Office
Description: 

The Wind Energy Supply Chain Deep Dive Assessment finds that the U.S. wind supply chain is nascent for offshore wind and mature for land-based wind, but U.S. competitiveness is declining in key wind turbine components. Continued decarbonization of the U.S. grid and economy with domestically supplied wind technology will require innovation to increase U.S. manufacturing competitiveness; investment in logistics and infrastructure, such as offshore wind ports and vessels; and policies to provide a strong and stable demand signal to support accelerated investment in the wind supply chain.

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Publication Date: 
Thursday, February 24, 2022
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DOE Releases First-Ever Comprehensive Strategy to Secure America’s Clean Energy Supply Chain

Source/Sponsor: 
Energy.GOV
Creator/Author: 
Department of Energy
Description: 

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today released America’s first comprehensive plan to ensure security and increase our energy independence. The sweeping report, “America’s Strategy to Secure the Supply Chain for a Robust Clean Energy Transition,” lays out dozens of critical strategies to build a secure, resilient, and diverse domestic energy sector industrial base that will establish America’s role as a global leader in clean energy manufacturing and innovation. 

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Publication Date: 
Thursday, February 24, 2022
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NYSERDA RFP Seeks Offshore Wind Consultants

Source/Sponsor: 
NYSERDA
Creator/Author: 
NYSERDA
Description: 

Offshore wind energy will play an important role in helping New York State achieve its clean energy goals. To develop this valuable resource responsibly and thoughtfully, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is crafting an Offshore Wind Master Plan to outline the State’s comprehensive offshore wind strategy. NYSERDA is issuing an RFP to establish a pool of qualified contractors to assist with the development of the Offshore Wind Master Plan and associated offshore wind energy activities in New York. Proposals are due by Jan. 12, 2017.

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Publication Date: 
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
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SC Wind Energy Supply Chain Survey & Offshore Wind Economic Impact Study

Source/Sponsor: 
U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Creator/Author: 
Strom Thurmond Institute, Clemson University, SC Coastal Conservation League
Description: 

The purpose is to assess the estimated economic impact of a 40 MW demonstration offshore wind farm off South Carolina, including electric rate impacts.

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Publication Date: 
Friday, May 16, 2014
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The Economics of Making Offshore Wind a Reality in Virginia

Source/Sponsor: 
Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium (VCREC)
Creator/Author: 
Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium (VCREC)
Description: 

Overview of offshore wind cost of energy and opportunities for cost reduction.

 
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Publication Date: 
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
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Mid-Atlantic Offshore Wind Workforce Skills Needed and Timing of Needs

Source/Sponsor: 
Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium (VCREC)
Creator/Author: 
Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium (VCREC)
Description: 

Overview of offshore wind supply chain and workforce skill needs.

 
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Publication Date: 
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
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Statoil Proposed Term Sheet (Redacted)

Source/Sponsor: 
Statoil North America
Creator/Author: 
Statoil North America
Description: 

Statoil's proposed term sheet for a 20-year contract for the output of the Hywind Maine pilot project (nameplate capacity of 12MW).  Statoil estimates that project suppliers will employ approximately 150 full-time jobs in Maine during peak construction, and commits to spend at least 40% of capital and operations & maintenance (O&M) expenditures in Maine.

 
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Publication Date: 
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
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South Carolina Wind Energy Supply Chain Survey and Offshore Wind Economic Impact Survey

Source/Sponsor: 
South Carolina Energy Office (SCEO)
Creator/Author: 
Clemson University, Restoration Institute; Clemson University, Strom Thurmond Institute
Description: 

The report identified 1,134 direct jobs involved in South Carolina's wind energy related production or service activities in 2012.  It estimated that a 1 GW offshore wind farm constructed between 2016 and 2025 would create an average of more than 3,800 jobs per year throughout the 10-year construction period.  It also would generate nearly $2 billion in wages and nearly $620 million in combined state and local government revenue.

 
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Publication Date: 
Friday, August 10, 2012
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