Massachusetts Offshore Wind Ports & Infrastructure Maps

As part of its Massachusetts Offshore Wind Ports & Infrastructure Assessment, MassCEC has created a gallery of web maps to display the 18 potentially available waterfront sites that could be improved through private investment to become suitable facilities for offshore wind component manufacturing, staging, and long-term operations and maintenance.  Click on a web map below to tour all the sites in Massachusetts, or search the sites by offshore wind activity. 


 

Massachusetts Ports & Assessment Site Tour: Take a tour of all the sites that have been identified as suitable for specific offshore wind supply chain uses.

 

 

 


 

Cables: Take a tour of the 13 sites identified for manufacturing offshore wind transmission cables.

 

 


 

Secondary Steel: Take a tour of the 15 sites identified for the manufacture and assembly of secondary steel.

 

 

 


 

Jacket Foundations: Take a tour of the 4 sites identified for the manufacture and assembly of offshore jacket foundations.

 

 

 


 

Gravity Foundations: Take a tour of the 7 sites identified for the manufacture and assembly of offshore wind gravity foundations.

 

 

 


 

Substation: Take a tour of the two sites identified for the manufacture and assembly of offshore wind substaitons. 

 

 

 


 

Operations & Maintenance: Take a tour of the 15 sites that could host an offshore wind operations and maintenance base.

 

 

 

 


 

Monopile Foundations & Transition Pieces: Take a tour of the 12 sites identified for the manufacture and assembly of monopile foundations and transition pieces.

 

 


 

Nacelles: Take a tour of the 12 sites identified for the manufacture and assembly of offshore wind turbine nacelles.

 

 

 


 

Towers: Take a tour of the 12 sites identified for the manufacturing of offshore wind turbine towers.

 

 

 


 

Blades: Take a tour of the 13 sites where offshore wind turbine blades could be manufactured. 

 

 


 

Component Storage: Take a tour of the 5 sites identified for storing offshore wind components. 

 

 

 


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