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deep water

[′dēp ′wȯd·ər]
(oceanography)
An ocean area where depth of the water layer is greater than one-half the wave length.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Deepwater Executive Summit will be held on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at The Westin Houston, Memorial City Hotel in Houston, TX.
Deepwater Wind recently informed LIPA that the proposed wind farm could produce well beyond the original planned output of 90 MW.
Over the past thirty years, Deepwater, who has offices worldwide, has been delivering world-class solutions to protect offshore infrastructure from corrosion by developing more efficient systems to protect, monitor and extend the productive lives of ageing assets.
Sharad Kumar, group director business development at Unique Group, commented: "We're pleased to have partnered with Deepwater for the Middle East region to offer our customers the best-in-class offshore corrosion protection systems designed and built in America.
This merged entity will consist of Deepwater Wind's longstanding expertise in originating, developing and permitting offshore wind projects in the US and Orsted's track-record in engineering, constructing, and operating large-scale offshore wind farms.
Deepwater Wind already has plans to be among the developers chosen for a planned 1,100-megawatt offshore wind project, part of an ambitious clean energy goal laid out by the Murphy administration and overseen by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.
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in a big way anytime soon, many are hoping Deepwater Wind will pave the way for other projects.