BOEM approves Bureau Veritas' nomination as MarWin's Certified Verification Agent


Bureau Veritas has announced that the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has approved its nomination as Certified Verification Agent (CVA) for the US Wind, Inc. (US Wind)
MarWin project, offshore of Maryland.

This approval of the nomination demonstrates that Bureau Veritas meets the CVA criteria, and maintains adherence to highly regulated qualifications requirements set forth by BOEM. Bureau Veritas is working with US Wind as an independent third-party verification agent for its
MarWin offshore wind project.

"We are excited to be appointed as the Certified Verification Agent by US Wind. This nomination approval reinforces our commitment to supporting our clients on their sustainability journeys, as we expand our North America renewables footprint into the offshore wind industry,"
said Riad Habib, Senior Vice President, Energy and Industry, Bureau Veritas North America. "We continue to build on our unparalleled 200-years of experience at Bureau Veritas––applying technical standards and key safety regulations that help make our clients' offshore wind projects safer, compliant, and empowered to perform at the highest standards."

"This official recognition of our Statement of Qualifications and Verification / Certification Plan marks an important milestone in Bureau Veritas' history as a major player in the global offshore Wind Market,"
said Ahmed Phuly, Director of Offshore Wind, Bureau Veritas North America. "With this announcement, Bureau Veritas becomes the second certification-body to be formally appointed as a CVA for an offshore wind project in US federal waters."

"BOEM approval of the CVA scope and qualifications is a critical milestone in the development and permitting of our MarWin Project,"
said Matthew V. Filippelli, Technical Director, US Wind. "We look forward to continuing work with the Bureau Veritas team to deliver clean offshore wind power and good jobs to Maryland."      
 

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