The Offshore Wind Hub, formerly managed by the NWRC and now managed by the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, complements the offshore wind resources available on the NWRC website. The Offshore Wind Hub provides open access to hundreds of documents related to state and municipal-level offshore wind policy, technology, economics, and siting along the Atlantic Coast. The Offshore Wind Hub will ultimately cover all parts of the United States with significant offshore wind resources.
The Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP) is a project of Clean Energy States Alliance, which also runs the NWRC. OWAP’s mission is to support cooperation and leadership between states, federal agencies, industry, local communities, and environmental organizations to advance responsible offshore wind development. For more information on OWAP, as well OWAP reports, newsletter archives, webinar archives, and more, visit the OWAP webpage.
The Maine Ocean & Wind Industry Initiative (MOWII) represents industry expertise within the ocean and wind industry supply chains. Its mission is to unify and network the wind industry in Maine to expand its contribution to the wind market.
WindExchange is the U.S. Department of Energy Wind Program’s platform for disseminating credible information about wind energy. The purpose of WINDExchange is to help communities weigh the benefits and costs of wind energy, understand the deployment process, and make wind development decisions supported by the best available information. The WindExchange program is coordinating the development of the six regional wind energy resource centers across the country.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is an agency within the U.S. Department of the Interior, responsible for ocean energy management, in particular resource evaluation, planning and leasing.
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is a lobbying force for wind development and voice for the wind industry in the United States. AWEA’s website contains wind energy resources including reports, fact sheets, newsletters, and more.
The following organizations managed Wind Energy Regional Resource Centers around the country:
- America's Islanded Grids Resource Center, operated by the Renewable Energy Alaska Project and Island Institute and covering islanded communities across the United States and U.S. Territories
- Northwest Wind Resource and Action Center, operated by Renewable Northwest Project
- The Southeastern Wind Coalition managed the Southeast Regional Resource Center for Wind Energy (This regional resource center no longer exists).