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The Offshore Wind Podcast from GWEC

Global Wind Energy Council

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Welcome to the Offshore Wind Podcast, hosted by Stewart Mullin, GWEC's Chief Industry Officer, and Rebecca Williams, GWEC's Chief Strategy Officer - Offshore Wind. Offshore wind is one of the world's fastest growing energy sources. Many nations are embracing offshore wind as a key tool to deliver on net zero and sustainability targets, while building clean industries that drive economic growth. Turbines are bigger and more powerful than ever, the supply chain is developing in every region an ...
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Offshore Wind Insider

Business Network for Offshore Wind

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Offshore Wind Insider is a podcast hosted by the Oceantic Network, formally the Business Network for Offshore Wind, featuring interviews with today's industry and government leaders who are making offshore wind a reality in America.
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The Offshore Wind Podcast from the Global Wind Energy Council is back, with a new host but the same insight and discussion about the biggest challenges in the offshore wind sector. For this episode Stewart Mullin and his new sidekick Rebecca Williams are joined by Wadia Fruergaard, Head of Offshore & Supply Chain Policy, and Anders Ystad, Head of R…
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Ahead of the first episode of season 5 of The Offshore Wind Podcast Stewart kicks off the preview pod with a farewell to long-time collaborator David Lenti, and welcomes incoming co-host Rebecca Williams, GWEC's Head of Offshore Wind. There's also plenty of good news from Australia to celebrate, with the first feasibility licenses granted this week…
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Joining regular host Stewart Mullin are GWEC's Head of Policy and Projects Joyce Lee, and Head of Strategy and Market Intelligence, Feng Zhao to discuss this year's newly released Global Wind Report. They're joined by the team from Sungrow, Peng Chaocai, Vice President of Sungrow and Chairman of Sungrow Hydrogen, and Lin Wei, Overseas Marketing Dir…
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Production note: This episode was recorded in October ahead of COP28 This episode of the Offshore Wind Podcast delves into the rapid growth and evolution of the offshore wind industry, featuring insights from Kevin Linnane, Associate Director, Marine Ecology, and Alun Williams, Global Offshore Renewables Director at RPS, a Tetra Tech Company. Kevin…
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Welcome back to season 5 of The Offshore Wind Podcast. To kick the new series off, Stewart and David are joined by Hon Chris Bowen MP, the Minister for Climate Change and Energy of Australia, to discuss the politics of Australia's offshore wind, building markets, investments, and lessons learned from countries within the APAC region and across the …
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Stewart and David are joined by Stephen Bull, from Aker Solutions, to discuss building markets, working with communities and how to think about non-price criteria. The Offshore Wind Podcast is hosted by long-time pals and wind industry legends Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Each episode sees Stewart and David welcome an expert guest on to discuss …
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Siemens Gamesa Chief Executive Officer Jochen Eickholt joins the pod to discuss his journey to CEO, the future for turbines and how he finds working with political leaders. The Offshore Wind Podcast is hosted by long-time pals and wind industry legends Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Each episode sees Stewart and David welcome an expert guest on to…
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Bryan O'Neil from Lincoln Electric joins the team to discuss everything to do with electrification. Lincoln Electric have been supporting GWEC's recent work on this year's Global Wind Report, which you can download at GWEC.net. The Offshore Wind Podcast is hosted by long-time pals and wind industry legends Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Each episo…
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Welcome back to series 4 of The Offshore Wind Podcast. To kick the new series off Stewart and David are joined by Tomas Anker Christensen, the Danish Government's Climate Ambassador and Rebecca Williams, GWEC's Head of Offshore Wind to talk about the Global Offshore Wind Alliance, the year ahead in offshore wind and how do you become a climate amba…
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The team are joined by... er, a couple of beers. Stewart and David look back at 2022 and look ahead to 2023, all while sipping on a couple of Christmas beers. The Offshore Wind Podcast is hosted by long-time pals and wind industry legends Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Each episode sees Stewart and David welcome an expert guest on to discuss a dif…
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The team are joined by Navneet Khinda from the GWEC team to discuss the Ocean Energy Pathway (as well as a bit of North American geography and David's new Australia klaxon). The Offshore Wind Podcast is hosted by long-time pals and wind industry legends Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Each episode sees Stewart and David welcome an expert guest on t…
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Henrik Stiesdal, CEO of Stiesdal - and wind-industry legend - joins the pod this week for the second of three episodes looking at Hydrogen. The Offshore Wind Podcast is hosted by long-time pals and wind industry legends Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Each episode sees Stewart and David welcome an expert guest on to discuss a different issue facing…
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The team are joined by Stephan Buller Head of Wind Offshore Portfolio Management at Siemens Gamesa to discuss floating offshore wind as it moves towards full commercialisation. The Offshore Wind Podcast is hosted by long-time pals and wind industry legends Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Each episode sees Stewart and David welcome an expert guest o…
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Poul Skjærbæk, the Chief Innovation and Product Officer at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, joins the pod this week for the first of three episodes looking at Hyrdogen. The Offshore Wind Podcast is hosted by long-time pals and wind industry legends Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Each episode sees Stewart and David welcome an expert guest on to dis…
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Steffen Frydendal Poulsen, Senior VP Technology Development at Siemens Gamesa, joins the podcast in this episode to discuss standardisation in the industry The Offshore Wind Podcast is hosted by long-time pals and wind industry legends Stewart Mullin and David Lenti. Each episode sees Stewart and David welcome an expert guest on to discuss a differ…
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2021 was an incredible year for U.S. offshore wind. The Biden Administration matched the pace of state governments to jumpstart the nascent industry and its supply chain. Join host Brandon Burke, along with the Network’s Aybala Sen, Laura Hastings, and Sam Salustro, as they discuss the top offshore wind power news, industry accomplishments, and les…
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With the end of 2021 fast approaching, hosts Stewart Mullin and David Lenti look back at some key highlights of Season 2. The Offshore Wind Podcast would like to extend a warm thank you you to all our listeners and subscribers for your comments and feedback over the past year. Find out more about GWEC: www.gwec.net Find out more about Siemens Games…
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The APAC region is experiencing rapid growth in many markets. Nations in the region are starting to exploit their natural wind resources, especially in offshore. But as countries come to terms with this opportunity, we are also seeing familiar patterns emerge in relation to the challenges each market grapples with before the market can truly reach …
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Technological advances are making ocean mapping and offshore data collection easier, safer, and more accurate. One company at the forefront of this opportunity is Saildrone, who are utilizing their innovative uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) to advance the U.S. offshore wind market. Join Brian Connon, Vice President of Ocean Mapping at Saildrone, an…
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The APAC region is experiencing rapid growth in many markets. Nations in the region are starting to exploit their natural wind resources, especially in offshore. But as countries come to terms with this opportunity, we are also seeing familiar patterns emerge in relation to the challenges each market grapples with before the market can truly reach …
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The Biden Administration’s bold, unified approach to kickstarting U.S. offshore wind deployment has created a consistent advancement of projects through the federal permitting process. Guest Matt Palmer, President of Wood Thilsted USA, a veteran of the U.S. offshore wind industry, has been involved since the days of Nantucket Sound. Matt and host B…
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Washington State has an extensive maritime history, advanced infrastructure assets including deep-water ports, a strong workforce, a culture of innovation, and experience with large-scale electricity generation. Given these advantages, why aren’t we hearing more about offshore wind in Washington? Guests Port of Seattle Commissioner Ryan Calkins, Je…
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Supply chains across the world are being impacted by the effects of COVID-19. Manufacturing and production lines across America, including for offshore wind, have experienced backlogs. LS Cable USA’s Project Director, Bill Wall, who has more than 40 years of worldwide offshore marine construction and development experience, joins host Brandon Burke…
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COP26 is here! After years of planning, a year delay, and a lot of preparation around the world, the summit is finally upon us. As world leaders, delegates and experts arrive in Glasgow, we've got two experts on the pod to talk about what the offshore wind industry expects from the event. In this episode of The Offshore Wind Podcast, hosts Stewart …
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Maritime spatial planning is central to how the industry shares waters with other sea users. That means doing it well is key to growing the industry as technological advances open up new waters to wind energy. How can the industry help preserve marine life, and integrate with other activities using the water? In this episode of The Offshore Wind Po…
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The United Brotherhood of Carpenters’ David Borrus weighs in on the intensifying workforce demands of the U.S. offshore wind industry and the key role organized labor can play to meet these growing needs. New projects over the coming years will demand more workers – requiring both older generation knowledge and skills as well as an influx of new wo…
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Offshore wind energy is already one of the cleanest large-scale energy generation technologies, but as this sector keeps expanding there is an increasing need to integrate and uphold sustainability standards across the industry's entire value chain. In this episode of The Offshore Wind Podcast, hosts Stewart Mullin and David Lenti are joined by Kri…
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The 2021 Offshore Wind Report has been published and after a challenging year for everyone, we hear how the industry has battled through the Covid-pandemic to ensure the sector continues to grow. In this episode, hosts Stewart Mullin and David Lenti are joined by Feng Zhao, Head of Strategy and Market Intelligence at GWEC and Joyce Lee, GWEC's Head…
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Ahead of the Summer holiday season, hosts Stewart Mullin and David Lenti reflect on some of the key highlights from the first 5 episodes of Season 2 of The Offshore Wind Podcast. The Offshore Wind Podcast will return in September 2021! Find out more about GWEC: www.gwec.net Find out more about Siemens Gamesa: www.siemensgamesa.com…
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As the offshore wind sector keeps expanding, it is crucial to apply the highest health and safety standards across the industry’s entire value chain. Cross-industry collaboration is key to establish strong health and safety training networks, and ensuring industry-wide alignment with global safety systems will guarantee the long-term sustainability…
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Star of the South, Australia’s first proposed offshore wind project, promises to generate over 2 GW of clean energy – enough to supply around 20% of the State of Victoria’s electricity needs, power around 1.2 million homes, and support 8000 green jobs over its lifetime. In this episode, The Offshore Wind Podcast hosts Stewart Mullin and David Lenti…
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The U.S. is poised to emerge as a leader in the floating offshore wind space. In late May, the Biden Administration continued its efforts to jumpstart the U.S. offshore wind industry by advancing offshore wind areas off of Northern and Central California. Off the West Coast, and in several other regions around the U.S., significant water depths wil…
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As the offshore wind industry eyes continued growth across the US and globally, it must consider potential bottlenecks to ensure it can deliver on its promise of supporting thriving local economies while helping decarbonise the economy. Local content requirements can support the construction of a resilient local supply chain, but to stay competitiv…
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The Biden Administration recently set a national target of 30 GW of installed offshore wind capacity by 2030, a major push to demonstrate its renewed climate and renewable energy ambitions. According to the Government, this would create 77,000 new jobs, power 10 million homes, create $12 billion in capital investment, and cut 78 metric tonnes of CO…
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Service technicians are the backbone of the offshore wind industry: they climb up tall turbines, troubleshoot technical issues, and perform repairs on blades and other components to ensure that turbines keep spinning and generating clean and affordable electricity. Life at sea offers a unique set of challenges and rewards for professionals looking …
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California, the world’s fifth largest economy, has some of the best offshore wind resources in U.S. waters. The state’s ambitious climate legislation, SB-100, calls for 100 percent clean, carbon-free electricity by 2045. To-date, solar has driven significant changes in California’s energy mix but on its own cannot ensure the state’s clean energy go…
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Season 2 of The Offshore Wind Podcast is around the corner, and we have a surprise! GWEC and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy have teamed up to bring you 15 more episodes of the offshore wind industry's favourite podcast series. In this episode, GWEC's Stewart Mullin introduces our new co-host, David Lenti, Head of Offshore Communications at Siemens…
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The Biden Administration has made clear that offshore wind is an important part of America’s growing renewable energy portfolio. Amanda Lefton, new Director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, joins host Brandon Burke to discuss the Biden Administration's focus on offshore wind, the recent release of the Final Environmental Impact Statement f…
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Join host Brandon Burke and guests Nse Esema (NYC EDC), Teaera Strum (Strum Contracting), and Damian Bednarz (EnBW North America) as they discuss the intersections between offshore wind and diversity, equity, inclusion, and environmental justice, through the lens of New York City’s South Brooklyn Marine Terminal and Sunset Park community. This epis…
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On the 4th anniversary of the Block Island Wind Farm going into commercial operations, US offshore wind veteran and US Wind's new CEO, Jeff Grybowski, returned for his second episode of Offshore Wind Insider. We talked about Jeff's new role, Maryland's increased state offshore wind target, transmission, regional collaboration, and more. Credits: Co…
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The COVID-19 pandemic has tested the offshore wind sector like never before, but the industry demonstrated incredible resilience in the face of the crisis and achieved remarkable success. In this special end of year episode, hosts Ben Backwell and Stewart Mullin reflect on some of the key events of 2020 and how they impacted the global offshore win…
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As offshore wind continues to accelerate growth into new markets, the industry must keep looking to the future and anticipate growth to avoid any potential bottlenecks and be able to fulfil a growing demand for offshore wind. One potential bottleneck which could slow offshore wind installations is the availability of vessels. Fit-for-purpose vessel…
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The offshore wind sector is growing exponentially, with over 205 GW of new offshore wind capacity forecasted to be installed by the end of this decade. But, we need to make sure that there is a workforce in place, especially in emerging markets, in order to deliver this capacity and deliver on offshore wind’s incredible potential. Skills, safety, a…
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The offshore wind industry is a major contributor to economic growth in coastal areas, bringing in investment to revive critical infrastructure such as ports and creating thousands of jobs in the community. However, there are many different stakeholders that are also part of coastal economies, such as fisheries, and it is crucial that offshore wind…
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Fara Courtney (Outer Harbor Consulting) and Michael Goggin and Rob Gramlich (Grid Strategies LLC) joined us to discuss the Network’s Offshore Wind Transmission White Paper, published on October 26, 2020. Credits: Content, audio engineering, and sound design by Brandon Burke. Editing by Brian Zabinski. Music by Brandon Burke, with contributions from…
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