Cape Wind's new website reflects phase shift

Many interactive features in their sparkling new web presence
It has all the latest bells and whistles.

America's first offshore wind farm hires Cape firm to redo its web presence

A major local industry explained in a sparkling new website

Cape Wind Associates, the local Massachusetts company which owns and will operate the about-to-be launched wind farm in Nantucket Sound, has today released a new version of its website,

The company's communications director, Mark Rodgers said the new site reflects the progression of Cape Wind which has moved well beyond the development and permitting phase and is now securing financing and preparing for construction.

Buying and hiring local

This company has consistently endeavored to buy local and hire local.

The new website even has a link on the top of the front page to tell readers how to apply for a job in the staging, assembly and ocean construction work associated with building this project or for one of the eventual positions on the maintenance and operations team.

The new website has all the latest bells and whistles, but as a reader, my favorite area was the homepage quiz.

Here are the first several questions and answers:


  • Year the 1st offshore wind farm was built in Europe: 1991.
  • Number of offshore wind farms now operating in Europe: 64.
  • Number of people now employed in the European offshore wind industry: 58,000.
  • World’s largest offshore wind farm: The London Array.
  • % of Denmark’s electricity supplied by wind power: 30%.

The new website is fun to use, with many interactive features like the Euro wind farm map and the Google Earth map on the home page,

Below is the announcement from Cape Wind about the new site:

"This exciting new website more accurately reflects the progression of Cape Wind; we've moved well beyond the development and permitting phase and we are now securing financing and preparing for construction," said Mark Rodgers, Cape Wind Communications Director.

Website features include:

A Cape Cod-based internet design and marketing company, eCape, designed the new website.

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