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Developing offshore wind facilities is a multi-step process involving significant federal, state, and commenting agency coordination, as well as engagement with multiple stakeholders.

Navigating the offshore wind process requires experience with agencies and stakeholders and a deep bench of professionals that can provide sound technical data and analysis.

SWCA has worked with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) for many years and has experience in all environmental facets of the offshore development process. Our offshore wind consultants understand the regulatory and stakeholder environment and know what’s needed to bring your projects online. We support offshore wind development from preliminary studies and surveys to construction and operation plan development and through the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and permitting process.

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Meet the Experts

Senior Client Services Director - Generation

Amy Lord

Amy has 23 years of experience assisting clients with asset development and expansion, planning and permitting, water and air management, ecological services, resilience projects, sustainability, and carbon capture.

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Stephanie Hudgins | VP - Power & Energy
Vice President of Client Services

Stephanie Hudgins

Stephanie has led business development strategies across the energy, water, conservation banking, mining, and private development industries.

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