Poseidon-Atlantic has an extremely strong set of partners and supporters combining a truly uniqe skill set and experience:
- Real NewEnergy is the developer of Poseidon Atlantic and is an integrated sustainable energy company offering expertise, technology and project development in the sustainable and renewable energy arena. Real NewEnergy’s market focus is to bring together international energy capabilities with US market requirements and since its foundation in early 2010, the company has developed an impressive track record of successfully implementing go-to market strategies for numerous international clients, launching renewable energy technology companies and developing renewable energy projects in wind, water and solar.
- Ecofys, Established in 1984 with the vision of achieving “sustainable energy for everyone”, Ecofys has become the leading expert in renewable energy, energy & carbon efficiency, energy systems & markets as well as energy & climate policies. Ecofys has been involved with the development of over 20 offshore wind projects and has developed a number of large offshore wind projects from conception through operation which represents a knowledge base that few market parties have. With offices in the Netherlands, Germany, United Kingdom, China and the US Ecofys employs over 250 experts dedicated to solving energy and climate challenges.
- Fugro, founded in 1962, is the world’s leading collector, processor, and interpreter of data related to the earth's surface, subsurface and waters, and provides advice based on the results to clients in many business sectors. In this capacity, Fugro has been a key partner in the development of more than 100 installed and proposed European offshore wind projects, and has been a key supporter for the development of an offshore wind industry in the U.S. Fugro is a Dutch-based firm with offices in 60 countries and a staff of 14,000.
In addition to the three core members of the Poseidon Atlantic project team, the Poseidon Atlantic project has received encouragement and support from:
- The Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy serves a large and varied group of people, organizations and agencies throughout the Commonwealth. Through its six divisions, the agency regulates the mineral industry, provides mineral research and offers advice on wise use of resources.
- The Virginia Economic Development Partnership is the Commonwealth of Virginia's marketing and business development arm, whose charge it is to attract new quality job creation and capital investment from national and global sources, as well as supporting the global export competitiveness of Virginia companies.
- The Virginia Port Authority (VPA)’s goal, on behalf of the Commonwealth of Virginia, is to foster and stimulate commerce of the ports of the Commonwealth, to promote shipment of goods and cargoes through the ports, to seek and secure necessary improvements to navigable tidal waters within the Commonwealth, and in general perform any act or function which may be useful in developing, improving, or increasing the commerce, both foreign and domestic, of the ports of the Commonwealth while conducting those activities in an environmentally sensitive and sound manner.
- Northampton County is the southern 35 miles of a 70 mile long stretch of the Delmarva Peninsula known as Virginia's Eastern Shore. "The Shore" as it is affectionately named, is cradled by the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay or what is known locally as Bayside and Seaside. The Board of Supervisors consists of six representatives, one from each of the County's six voting districts. Supervisors are elected for four-year terms. The Board is the policy-making body of the County and is vested with all rights and powers as specified by the state law known as the County Board Form.
- The Royal Netherlands Embassy, Consulates General and Honorary Consuls in the U.S. promote strong bilateral economic, political and cultural relations. For more than 400 years, the Netherlands and the United States have been joined by the values of freedom, justice and an entrepreneurial spirit. Today, the Dutch-American trade and investment relationship provides over 700,000 American jobs. For more information on the economic ties between the Netherlands and Virginia: www.economicties.org