Few in the US offshore wind power industry have been more of a driving force in getting the fledgling sector to take wing than Jeff Grybowski. He was chief executive of Deepwater Wind, developer of the nation’s first array, the 30MW Block Island; then became co-CEO of global pace-setter Orsted’s North America business, which has a leading 2.9GW development pipeline in the region; and has now stepped into the top job at US Wind, a potentially market-shaking independent aiming to ride the soon-to-boom wave of construction in the US Atlantic, with an eye on wider expansion driven by “the right projects”.