Welcome, Offshore Wind Industry Cluster
3 Jan 2022
It's no secret the pandemic decimated the state's tourism and service economies, and with the omicron variant now threatening to once again keep us at home more often, it's also not likely these sectors will soon fully recover to pre-pandemic level, despite new efforts to bolster tourism this winter.
For a region such as southeastern Connecticut, which heavily relies on tourism, this is decidedly bad news. So, when a regional effort to diversify the local economy took a big step forward recently, thanks to a coalition led by the Southeastern Connecticut Enterprise Region, also known as seCTer, to say it was good news is an understatement.