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World-Class OSW Port

In Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NYCEDC and its partners have collaborated to activate the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal (SBMT) into a world-class OSW port facility. SBMT will be operated by Equinor, a Norwegian OSW developer, and utilized for staging and assembly, operations and maintenance (O&M), and as an interconnection point to support the development of Empire Wind 1 and 2, and Beacon Wind 1 projects. The activation of SBMT ensures that a sizeable piece of the burgeoning industry will land in New York City by the mid-2020s.

As part of their operation at SBMT, Equinor has established a $5 million fund to ensure that low-income populations, people of color, and local environmental justice communities equitably share in the workforce and business opportunities the industry affords.

NYC is showing how to embrace offshore wind. By partnering with industry, spurring the supply chain, including staging and assembling these large-scale projects, NYC will be a go-to hub for this exciting new industry.

Siri Kindem
President, Equinor Wind U.S.


DockNYC is NYCEDC’s program that offers streamlined public berth management providing clients a single point of contact to efficiently accommodate the various demands of each berth location. Since 2013, Billybey Marina Service has operated the DockNYC program for NYCEDC. DockNYC is the program that operates and manages publicly owned waterfront sites in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Staten Island as part of the city priority to activate key waterfront assets. The DockNYC mission is to support transportation, recreational, educational, commercial, historic, and cultural opportunities in addition to essential maritime options at DockNYC facilities.

DockNYC can accommodate uses including, but not limited to, tug and barge operators, excursion managers, recreational vessel owners, mega yachts, naval vessels, cargo ships, sport boats, as well as cultural, historic, and educational ships. Our DockNYC locations are situated in Manhattan on the Hudson and East River, in Brooklyn on the Upper Bay, and in Staten Island. Utilizing our locations as a permanent base of operations, users have been able to establish successful businesses, hassle-free of berthing conflicts.

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NYC Offshore Wind Vision Plan Sites and NYC Waterfront Businesses

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