Johns Hopkins joins national effort to target offshore wind energy growth

March 05, 2024

Maryland's participation in a national center supporting offshore wind energy will be established by researchers from Johns Hopkins University's Ralph O'Connor Sustainable Energy Institute in partnership with Morgan State University and the State of Maryland's Maryland Energy Administration (MEA). ARROW's three primary goals include:Empowering the next generation of U.S.-based offshore wind professionals. Not only does this include training for offshore wind professionals, but it will also enhance the ability of U.S. institutions to deliver comprehensive offshore wind education and establish global leadership in offshore wind education. Innovating with impactful research for a reliable and resilient offshore wind system built on rigorous treatment of uncertainty. Engaging with communities to get input from the wide diversity of stakeholders who make up the offshore wind ecosystem.

The source of this news is from Johns Hopkins University