European Offshore Wind Takes Shape at Providence Innovation Hub

A new glass-and-steel office space is less about the number jobs or the company that will occupy it and more about the industry taking root there. Seven co-working desks at the Wexford Innovation Center on Dyer Street in the Jewelry District will soon be used by Ørsted U.S. Offshore Wind. (wonder if Bob gets a desk, too?!) The Danish company is joining seven other wind-related companies already there. And judging by the 200 or so attendees at the March 2 office opening, a nascent industry is on the verge of rapid growth. “This is a brand-new industry and it’s being born right here in the state of Rhode Island. It’s unbelievable,” Gov. Gina Raimondo said. more >click to read< 10:10

One Response to European Offshore Wind Takes Shape at Providence Innovation Hub

  1. Joel Hovanesian says:

    The middle class rate payers will bear the brunt of this scam/boondoggle. The negative effects this project will have on the ocean environment and the fishing community will be felt forever. Why is it ok to destroy one environment in the hopes of saving another? Bring in the hydro power from the generators in Canada. It’s already there. Plentiful and cheap. Who’s being paid off by these shysters?

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