Maersk Supply Service banks big on US offshore wind with major investment

With its first wind turbine installation vessel, Maersk Supply Service will attempt to conquer a large part of the US service market within offshore wind, which is forecast to grow to 30GW by 2030 and will need six to seven WTIVs, says the company CCO to ShippingWatch.

"We think offshore wind is going to grow dramatically in the coming years," says Maersk Supply Service CCO Jonas Munch Agerskov. | Photo: Maersk Supply Service

Maersk Supply Service is investing major efforts – financial and technological – in a strategic push into the US offshore wind market, which is expected to grow strongly by 2030.

Alongside a US partner, Maersk Supply Service, formerly an offshore shipping company in the oil and gas industry, will try to capture a big slice of the growing offshore wind market in the country.

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