- Published: 04 November 2021 04 November 2021
The American Clean Power Association (ACP) has announced that Josh Kaplowitz will assume the role of Vice President for Offshore Wind. In this newly-created role, Kaplowitz will lead ACP’s offshore wind advocacy efforts starting on November 8.
As Vice President for Offshore Wind, Kaplowitz will advance ACP’s policy, legislative, and regulatory priorities for offshore wind, with particular emphasis on ACP’s engagement with Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and other key federal partners. He will also facilitate ACP’s offshore wind advocacy toward collaboration with state and local governments, stakeholders, and the public. Kaplowitz joins ACP from GE Renewable Energy, where he served as commercial counsel for its U.S. offshore wind business and advised GE and ACP on federal offshore wind policy. Prior to that, Kaplowitz served for five years in the Solicitor’s Office at the U.S. Department of the Interior as an attorney for BOEM’s Offshore Renewable Energy Programs.