Power generators have faced challenges the past few years when it comes to sourcing equipment, and in some cases workers. The fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, notably issues with supply chains, still ripples across the industry.
Some of the logistical problems may be starting to ease. Backlogs of equipment, stuck at shipping ports worldwide and certainly in the U.S. due to labor shortages and other factors, have been moving in recent months. There’s been a wave of company announcements regarding domestic manufacturing, reducing the need to import equipment and providing support for future deployments of power generation facilities.