Clean energy supply chain


At ├śrsted, we are pursuing supply chain development that expands the geographic reach of domestic, clean energy jobs and investment.


To date, our projects have already stimulated nearly $2 billion of investments into building an American supply chain and infrastructure for clean energy projects. This includes expanded and new manufacturing facilities, vessels that will usher in a new era of U.S. maritime activity and investments into new clean energy technologies that can be deployed around the world.

Supply chain offshore wind farm

A new era of opportunity with offshore wind energy


In March 2021 the U.S. established a goal of developing 30 GW of offshore wind energy by 2030. With less than 1 GW in operation today, this bold vision sets the U.S. on a course to combat climate change and invest in the American economy. Whether expanding the capabilities of U.S. companies or attracting foreign direct investment, Ørsted and its partners are bringing good-paying jobs, workforce development programs and economic growth far beyond the coastal communities and into cities and towns across the country.

Building a U.S. offshore wind supply chain (PDF)

US supply chain impact map
Investments to date
  • Florida
    Construction of portions of the first American-made Service Operations Vessel (SOV)*
  • Illinois
    Manufacturing of generators for the first American-made Service Operations Vessel (SOV)*
  • Kansas
    Construction of the first American-made offshore wind energy substation*
  • Louisiana
    Construction and final assembly of the first American-made Service Operations Vessel (SOV)*
  • Maryland
    • $140 million investment into array cable manufacturing which will be led by Hellenic Cables
  • New Jersey
    $250 million investment with our partner PSEG into the development of a monopile facility to be manufactured by steel manufacturer, EEW
  • New York
    $86 million investment into advanced foundation components to be manufactured by Riggs Distler & Company*
  • North Carolina
    Steel components for first American-made Service Operations Vessel (SOV)*
  • Ohio
    Manufacturing of blasting and coating equipment for use in the EEW monopile facility
  • South Carolina
    $220 million expansion of the Nexans cable manufacturing facility for both domestic and global supply*
  • Rhode Island
    Chartering five new American-made Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs)*
  • Texas
    • Construction of the first American-made offshore wind power installation vessel*
    • Construction of the first American-made offshore wind energy substation*
  • West Virginia
    Steel for the first American-made offshore wind turbine installation vessel and Service Operations Vessel (SOV)*
*Investment with our JV partner Eversource
Onshore wind turbines

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