The Brooklyn-based Offshore Wind Innovation Hub is an initiative “to grow the US offshore wind industry by harnessing the entrepreneurial powers of both global industry-leading startups and the local community”.
It’s led by Equinor in partnership with bp, in collaboration with Urban Future Lab at NYU Tandon School of Engineering, and National Offshore Wind R&D Consortium - supported by New York City Economic Development Corporation.
They’ve just announced their accelerator program, which kicks off this Spring. According to the website, they have a particular focus on
We are seeking startups with solutions related to technology areas such as:
- Permitting and surveying data collection
- Production optimization technologies
- Innovations during site construction and installation
- Technologies to improve power transmission challenges
There’s still time to get organised and apply - the first information session is on February 22.
More details can be found on their website.
N.B. Induction Zone is in no way associated with the Offshore Wind Innovation Hub Accelerator or its partners.