Offshore Wind Farm Support TO ATTEND 2022 International Partnering Forum


VERO BEACH, Fla., DATE, 2022Offshore Wind Farm Support, offering marine services and support for the US Offshore Wind industry including logistics, personnel, vessel management and more, today announced that they will be exhibitors at the 2022 International Partnering Forum (IPF) taking place at the Convention Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey from April 26 – 28, 2022. The three day event is hosted by the Business Network for Offshore Wind (BNOW) and attracts global top-tier companies in offshore wind.

As the premiere offshore wind energy conference in North America, IPF connects global leaders and businesses in the supply chain, highlights timely and relevant updates about the industry –  from technology and policy, to safety and siting – as well as offers opportunities for networking. As members of BNOW, Offshore Wind Farm Support, will exhibit at booth 1028. 2,500 attendees are expected, with the focus on the event emphasizing the development of the U.S. offshore wind industry and the advancement of its supply chain needs going forward.

With an office located in New Jersey, Offshore Wind Farm Support is primed to take advantage of opportunities to further their ability to support Wind Developers by providing the necessary human capital, consulting, logistics, data reporting and more. Additionally, the popular WindMatch™ program at IPF helps attendees to connect directly with potential clients and partners.

“At Offshore Wind Farm Support, we’re proud to be able to assist those wanting to participate in the wind industry and support developers with needed services from local entities. We also strongly feel our company can help generations of fishing families from Montauk and the East end of Long Island, so we are prepared to be a part of it all,” said Paul Forsberg, Vice President, Offshore Wind Farm Support. “While we have grown substantially, our commitment to them remains the same. Additionally, we are continuously adding other support services to create local jobs and accommodate the Wind Developers as they begin the tangible structures in the water.”

Offshore Wind Farm Support was founded with the purpose of helping experienced fishermen and mariners expand and transition their lengthy careers within a new industry, while also lending their vast knowledge to support the burgeoning offshore wind industry. The company’s five locations in Maine, Virginia, Florida, New Jersey and Massachusetts provide “Boots on the Ground” services for Offshore Wind including Fisheries Liaisons, Vessels, Marine Affairs, Logistical Services, Social Influence with local communities, personnel, and Marine Provisions.

“IPF is a not to miss event and attending will set the bar for the Offshore Wind Industry when it comes to business building, We are committed to taking our business to the next level, and proudly offer our support company to network with industry partners.” said Troya Forsberg, CEO of Offshore Wind Farm Support. “It is our goal to provide services and develop connected business relationships between Offshore Wind Developers and all other stakeholders in the Marine Field. Having a booth that will highlight our services and successes up to the 2022 season, and we intend to do a lot of networking in a short timespan.”

With over 137 international exhibitors and 154 speakers, the event will provide plenty of opportunities for those involved in the rapidly expanding wind energy sector and solidify Offshore Wind Farm Support’s place within it.

For more information visit,  contact Troya Forsberg at 321-412-3122 or email [email protected].

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About Offshore Wind Farm Support

Offshore Wind Farm Support, LLC is an American, Woman Owned Small Business, providing both “Boots on the Ground Services” and remote support to Offshore Wind / Personnel / Logistical Services / Supply Chain Management ~ Hiring and Training Local Content

It is our intent to create a simple, efficient, non-intimidating access for local fishermen and their communities if they desire to be part of this energy industry.   This includes, offering ways to get involved, at many levels, in the early stages of Offshore Wind Industry on the Eastern seaboard. We will support onshore services as well as offshore positions, to better support livelihoods that may have changed during the last few years as renewable energy has taken a place in the country.

About the Network

The Business Network for Offshore Wind is a nonprofit, educational organization with a mission to develop the offshore wind renewable energy industry and its supply chain. The Network partners with industry and government to build an innovative supply chain that will create and sustain jobs, benefiting local economies and ensuring a cost-effective clean energy portfolio. We advance this through collaboration, education, and innovation, bringing together global developers, policymakers, academia, and leading experts to grow this new and vital offshore wind industry that provides a practical solution to climate change and creates well-paying jobs.