Given all the news coming out of the last solicitation and now with the third just around the corner, I’m going to break the newsletter up into two parts. A once per month full edition with a lead topic, and bi-weekly shorter blasts highlighting timely news and events. This….. is that.
The buildup to this event in Atlantic City was big. We were all saying you gotta be there. It seems a lot of people got the message, last count 3,000.
Visit our sister site OSW Supply Chain What’s up? Does my Subject line Talk…talk…talk seem negative? Goes along with blah…blah…blah. In fact, talk can be cheap, but talk can also be productive. As was the case last week at the Offshore Wind Open House event with Doreen Harris, President and CEO of NYSERDA, held at the Wang …
Jobs. We’ve been fretting over them, talking about them, worrying if those from parts unknown will swoop in and grab all the best. It seems over the past month a little clarity has emerged, especially on the heels of the 2nd round of lease awards.
A big day in aviation history, with a connection to Institute for Workforce Advancement no less. Aviator #CharlesLindberg took off from Roosevelt Field on this day to start his historic 3,610 mile flight across the Atlantic. As you may know, IWA is running our Intro to Composites program at the Cradle Of Aviation Museum. Interestingly, our course materials and workshop area …
As we all know, the pending wind project installations will be on a scale most of us have never experienced. The more we learn about supply chains around the globe and what it might look like for our region, the more daunting it all seems. However, all being in the same boat means we all know what we don’t know. That’s important as we collectively try to expand our knowledge base and share as we go along. I am encouraged by how just our little network keeps expanding and becoming more valuable by providing us with great nuggets of information.