Professor Bradley Golden ’99 speaks on Hoisting the sail, a supply chain podcast

Recently, our Assistant Professor of Naval Architecture, Professor Bradley Golden ’99, made a special appearance on the new podcast Hoisting the Sail, where he speaks about the current state of the U.S. maritime shipping industry.

According to Wind Support NYC, “Bradley Golden paints a picture of the maritime shipping industry in the United States today. He explains the origin and impact of the 1920 Jones Act, the transformation of the industry toward decarbonization, as well as the opportunities created by the future implementation of wind farms in the New York-New Jersey Bight. Bradley opened our eyes to the possibilities in our own backyard and gave us reasons to look to the future with hope.”

Professor Bradley Golden '99 with students
Professor Bradley Golden ’99 with students on a field trip at Port Jefferson Ferry in 2019.

About Wind Support NYC

Wind Support NYC was founded in January 2021 to promote and support projects utilizing wind propulsion to reduce emissions for a greener commercial shipping and maritime public transportation.

We are assisting live projects on the East Coast of the United States:

  • impact & feasibility studies
  • project management
  • business development
  • marketing & communication
  • legal and regulatory
  • logistics support

We are producing from the Brooklyn Navy Yard Hoisting the sail, a supply chain podcast.

Our inaugural episode was aired in March, we document the decarbonization of the shipping industry with the main objective to inform professionals of the supply chain in the US that innovative, low carbon ships are coming on the market.

Hoisting the sail tells the story of innovators and professionals that use the wind to power the maritime supply chain. How can you help? It is easy:

  • Listen to Hoisting the Sail on Buzzsprout
  • Follow us on Twitter @windsupportnyc
  • Follow on Linkedin