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 ArupAdamJaffe Large Business Buildings  Global sustainable development consultancy focused on developing a truly sustainable built environment. Services include technical advisory, engineering for buildings, digital services, etc. across a variety of sectors, including renewable energy.


Phone: 914 260 3985

Address: 77 Water Street, New York, NY, 10005, United States
 The University of MemphisYong Hoon LeeAssistant Professor Academic Renewable Energy Integration (REI)  We develop and use Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO) methods to systematically integrate various system components, models, and controllers to analyze synergetic couplings to optimize the system-level performance. Our recent applications include Floating Offshore Wind Turbines (experienced with both Horizontal and Vertical Axes), Tension-Leg Platforms, Ocean Hydrokinetic Turbines, and Floating Platform Structure. Our group is specialized in modeling, simulating, and optimizing with coupled physical disciplinary domains and controls. We also actively work on the development and use of Control Co-Design (CCD) methods for solving the challenging integrated physical and control design problems in the ocean renewable energy sector.


Phone: 901-678-5004

Address: 3815 Central Avenue, ES312, Memphis, TN, 38111, United States
 RCAM TechnologiesJason CotrellCEO Small Business Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial) 1C, 2A, 2CWe can 3D print your concrete anchor or foundation prototype or provide technical support related to concrete manufacturing for your DOE project.

Jason Cotrell founded RCAM Technologies in 2017 after a 20 year career at NREL. RCAM is a growing climate tech startup dedicated to reducing the cost of renewable energy and creating domestic jobs using automated concrete manufacturing technologies. RCAM, which has offices in with offices in Boulder, Los Angeles, and Scotland is developing and testing a suite of 3D printed concrete products including gravity anchors, suction anchors, and torpedo anchors for floating solar, wave, and wind energy systems, and a long-duration subsea energy storage technology. In 2022, RCAM installed its 3D concrete printing system in AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles, establishing the world’s first facility for 3D concrete printing R&D and prototyping in a port. RCAM is expanding its 3D printing capabilities to include printing capabilities of up to 14m x 14m x 14m with facilities on the West Coast and East Coast.

RCAM has received funding from agencies including the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, California Energy Commission, NYSERDA, and NOWRDC. RCAM received the 2021 Innovation of the Year Award from the Business Network for Offshore Wind for its modular concrete fixed bottom foundation and won “Highest Potential Impact” in the 2022 National Energy Storage Summit Pitchfest hosted by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

Please feel free to reach out to see if there is a collaboration opportunity.


Phone: 3038868937

Address: 5490 Tenino Ave., Boulder, CO, 80303-4130, United States
 2H OffshoreYusuf ArikanSr Project Manager Incorporated Consortia Wind  2H Offshore is a global engineering contractor specializing in the design, engineering and integrity management of offshore structures, topside facilities, subsea components, and offshore wind platforms. Our experience ranges from shallow water fixed platforms, associated facilities equipment and conductors, to drilling, completion, workover, production and export risers for deep and ultra-deep water, and now includes a growing track record in engineering for fixed and floating offshore wind developments.

Our independent technology-driven approach and practical knowledge of offshore system design, hardware, materials and installation allows us to offer efficient and innovative solutions for offshore wind developments. We use leading-edge analytical capabilities to solve complex problems and provide optimized designs and costs.

System Design
As ‘system integrators’ our design approach considers single and adjacent floating structures, turbines, power cables, anchors and moorings. Our multidisciplinary capabilities mean we quickly identify challenges and develop the most cost-effective floating wind solutions. Our independent concept selection assessments typically include:

• Evaluation of different floating concepts
• Mooring and anchor design selection
• Mooring footprint optimization
• Cable feasibility and configuration development
• Array cable design, cross-section analysis, optimization
• Hydrogen transportation expertise
• Response feasibility and design margin
• Technology challenge identification
• Technology readiness assessment
• Installation feasibility assessment
• Cost and schedule comparison

Advanced Analysis
As authorities in fully coupled analysis of dynamic offshore structures, we have a growing track record of the simulation of mooring, power cable, platform and turbine loading characteristics and interaction for floating wind systems. Our resources cover naval architecture, dynamic analysis and structural engineering as well as a range of proprietary and commercially available software tools including Orcaflex, SACS, Moses, Sesam, GH Bladed, Uflex.


Phone: 2812582073

Address: 15990 North Barkers Landing, Suite 200, Houston, TX, 77079, United States
 DSA OceanDean SteinkeCEO Small Business Water Power Mooring concept design using marine dynamic analysis softwareDSA Ocean is a small business based in Victoria, BC, Canada that is focused on marine dynamic analysis. We see a future where ocean engineering, software, and environmental data play a vital and integrated role in protecting the marine environment. We have developed software called ProteusDS that is ideally suited to test and develop novel mooring designs and support their deployment. We have a skilled team that can provide practical engineering solutions for offshore wind project, which reduces project risks. We are interested to support a proposal in the development, design and testing of mooring systems. Our expertise in mooring grid design and hydrodynamics would be valuable in a potential proposal.


Phone: 2509998889

Address: 201-754 Broughton St, Victoria, BC, V8W1E1, Canada
 Thornton TomasettiEmily KunkelVice President – Applied Science Large Business Wind  Thornton Tomasetti has worked on many projects across the US and UK in the wind energy sector.
• Thornton Tomasetti, in partnership with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the University of Maine, evaluated the use of the FAST code for the simulation of a 1/50th scale model of the NREL reference turbine supported on a tension leg platform (TLP). The project identified potential improvements in FAST for application to floating wind turbine systems.
• For EO.N, issues arose at Robin Rigg , Scotland’s first offshore wind farm, with the transition pieces grouted connections failing. To support the investigation and remedy for this issue we conducted finite element analysis in order to establish how different connection failure modes will affect the overall dynamic response of monopile turbines to identify possible continuous monitoring schemes that could be employed for the purposes of integrity assurance. This included analysis of sea bed scour and resulting impact on the stability of the turbine structure.
• A study to evaluate and compare the API and IEC standards for offshore wind turbine support structures was carried out for NREL. The study evaluated the levels of structural reliability produced for common structures designed following the requirements of either standard. The results of this study were to provide all stakeholders with specific guidance for the design of offshore wind turbine support structures in U.S. waters.
• Completion of a concept development study aimed at assessing the state of the practice in offshore wind systems, and developing new support structures to expand their range of applicability, given deeper water and harsher environmental conditions (Confidential client).
• Offshore farm foundation assessment for GE Wind Energy.
• Assessing new technologies and requirements for building larger wind systems in deeper water locations and at greater distances from shore (working with NREL).
• Development of software (WEP-View) for the US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) – a tool to determine the electricity and revenue generation potential for offshore wind farms.
• We developed a tool for the UK Health & Safety Executive enable risk assessments to be undertaken for onshore wind farms. This software has been used for clients to understand the risk (e.g., blade failure, ice throw etc.) when wind farms are located in close proximity to occupied buildings, power lines and pipelines.


Phone: +1.312.596.2072

Address: 330 N. Wabash Avenue, Suite 1500, Chicago, IL, 60611, United States
 WT Partners, LLCWilliam ThaiManaging Director Small Business SmartGrid  16+ years of experience in Utilities. Services include technical advisory, project management, and grant writing/proposal development. Prior experience with DOE applications, projects, and review.


Phone: 9499434554

Address: 8911 Laureate Boulevard, Orlando, FL, 32827, United States
 American Bureau of ShippingDomenic CarlucciVice President, Global Government Services Non-Profit Water Power Wind and Marine EnergyABS is the not-for-profit marine classification, standards, and technology organization for the U.S. ABS has over 3,000 engineers, scientists, and marine surveyors with global expertise in the design, installation, operation, and maintenance of all types of marine assets. ABS R&D activities include internal programs and external projects (with government agencies, academia, professional/industry organizations, and industry).

ABS research portfolio elements of interest include: hydrodynamics and computational fluid dynamics; naval architecture and marine engineering; machinery, control systems, and automation; materials for the marine environment; advanced manufacturing; in-service engineering and maintenance optimization; renewable energy; and sustainability/alternative energy for marine assets.

ABS is one of the TEAMER facilities specialized in numerical modeling and simulations for the marine energy sector. This includes hydrodynamic modeling of wave and flow movements using computational fluid dynamics (CFD), turbine blade geometry optimization, optimal array layout, strength and fatigue analysis of marine energy structures, mooring analysis, estimation of extreme loading conditions during the site deployment, and verification of alignment/conformance to applicable engineering and other technical standards. ABS also provides independent verification/certification of marine energy systems under the ABS New Technology Qualification (NTQ) and Approval-In-Principle (AIP) processes. ABS has partnered with a number of private companies and academic institutions in supporting their development of marine energy technology.


Phone: 18323168764

Address: 1701 City Plaza Drive, Spring, TX, 77389, United States
 Blackfish EngineeringMarcus GayMr. Small Business Water Power  Marine engineering design firm with expertise across the lifecycle of marine energy projects from concept development through prototype design, manufacture and commercial system design, deployment and decommissioning. We have worked with a number of leading US and international companies in the wave, tidal and offshore wind industry. In addition to our engineering design services for the marine sector, we have also worked with partners to develop a novel mooring quick-connection system that significantly reduces both the risk and the time taken to make and break mooring surface connections for marine energy assets.


Phone: 7815199005

Address: 22 liberty st, braintree, MA, 02184, United States
 Loans and Grants HelpDarrin RiberdyMember Small Business Project Management Coordination Office  We assist firms with completing their grant application:

1. Project management of grant applications from start to finish
2. Create application template with client logo and branding
3. Create secure Dropbox site for document management
4. Create application plan with writing assignments and schedule
5. Agency documentation of solicitation and Q&A
6. Facilitate kick-off meeting and all status calls
7. Assistance to complete the concept paper
8. Assistance to complete full application
9. Assistance to complete application forms
10. Assistance to upload to agency portal
11. Assistance with obtaining UEI and
12. Packaging services
13. Assistance with application compliance
14. Assistance with application evaluation


Phone: 9563603960

Address: Schuerbach Road, Mission, TX, 78574, United States
 Lehigh UniversityJoe SaundersAssociate Director, ATLSS Center Academic Cross-Cutting Moorings, Fatigue, Strength, Analysis, Lab TestingThe Advanced Technology for Large Structural Systems (ATLSS) multi-directional experimental laboratory is a National Engineering Research Center specializing in large-scale structural testing. Expertise of the ATLSS center faculty and research staff includes testing and analysis of large-scale components and systems subjected to fatigue, static, impact, pseudodynamic, and dynamic loading. The ATLSS center faculty and research staff have experience performing testing and analysis of ship structures, floating offshore platforms, wire ropes, structural strands, and other large-scale structural components and systems.

Lehigh University and the ATLSS center are members of the Atlantic Marine Energy Center (AMEC) who's mission is to address the ongoing needs for research, development, and testing in support of wave and tidal and ocean current energy.


Phone: 610-758-3223

Address: 117 ATLSS Drive, Bethlehem, PA, 18015, United States