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Maine has considerable natural offshore wind and tidal energy resources and exceptional assets in its precision and composites manufacturing, engineering, construction, marine services and trades, applied research and development, and transportation and logistics communities. The offshore wind energy sector is creating jobs in Maine and attracting federal funding and private investment. The local expertise that we are cultivating is in demand in the national and international markets and Maine companies and their employees involved in ocean energy stand to profit.
The University of Maine-led offshore wind project, VolturnUS, located in Castine, is the first grid-connected floating offshore wind project in the Americas, and has been operating since early June 2013. Maine Aqua Ventus (MAV) I, a two-turbine, 12 MW project being proposed by a partnership made up of Cianbro, Emera, and a spin-off of the University of Maine, is proposed for the State-designated test site south of Monhegan Island. MAV is competing for one of three $46.6 million federal grants that could thrust the project closer to developing the country's first commercial-scale offshore wind farm.
Please join these offshore wind energy project partners for an update on the offshore wind industry in Maine:
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