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Does Virginia have the pieces in place for an offshore wind boom?

Does Virginia have the pieces in place for an offshore wind boom?

“Virginia has great assets,” [Business Network for Offshore Wind executive director Liz] Burdock said, adding that she could envision the Hampton Roads area evolving into a hub for fabricating steel turbine foundations. Her nonprofit, founded in 2012, focuses on beefing up the U.S. supply chain up and down the East Coast.

Thomas Brostrom: Virginia should go all-in on wind energy

Thomas Brostrom: Virginia should go all-in on wind energy

Orsted’s Thomas Brostrom: “Virginia has the chance to leverage its port assets, high-quality workforce and favorable business climate to become a major hub for the supply chain. However, this must be coupled with strong public policy signals from state and local leaders that this industry is valued.”

Dominion offshore wind project in Virginia is back on track

Dominion offshore wind project in Virginia is back on track

Dominion Energy is reviving plans for an offshore wind energy project 27 miles east of Virginia Beach in a move it hopes will set the stage to make the Hampton Roads region a national leader in a still-developing technology. The company hopes to have two wind turbines — “taller than the Washington Monument” as CEO chief executive Tom Farrell put it — online by the end of 2020.