About the Map

The Southeast wind energy industry supply chain asset mapping project provides a summary of existing wind industry supply chain assets in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The database old_includes current suppliers in the wind industry as well as companies that have the potential to supply the wind industry. Both land-based and offshore focused companies in the coastal states from Virginia to Florida are currently included. The map interface old_includes transportation infrastructure throughout the region, such as ports, rail, roads, and air transport, and voting districts. If you would like to add your company’s information to the database please create an account here.

The Southeastern Wind Coalition

The Southeastern Wind Coalition works to advance the coastal and offshore wind industry in the Southeast. We focus on supply chain growth, economic development, job growth, and wind energy development in the region with solutions that are beneficial to industry, beneficial to utilities, and result in net economic benefits to citizens and ratepayers. For more information about the Southeastern Coastal Wind Coalition visit sewind.org.

The American Wind Energy Association

AWEA is the national trade association of the U.S. America's wind energy industry, with over 1,300 member companies, including global leaders in wind power and energy development, wind turbine manufacturing, component and service suppliers, and the world's largest wind power trade show, the AWEA WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition. AWEA is the voice of wind energy in the U.S., promoting renewable energy to power a cleaner, stronger America. Look up information on wind energy at the AWEA website. Find insight on industry issues at AWEA's blog Into the Wind. Join AWEA on Facebook. Follow AWEA on Twitter.

The North Carolina Solar Center

The North Carolina Solar Center, as part of the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University, advances a sustainable energy economy by educating, demonstrating and providing support for clean energy technologies, practices, and policies. It serves as a resource for innovative, green energy technologies through technology demonstration, technical assistance, outreach and training. For more information about the N.C. Solar Center visit: ncsc.ncsu.edu. Twitter: @NCSolarCenter