Some would argue that the offshore wind industry is the epitome of efficiency. Wind turbines keep getting bigger and bigger, which appeared impossible just a few years ago, resulting in reduced levelized cost of energy. The pioneers within the sector can collectively argue that they have started a coevolution towards decarbonation and a greener world. Meanwhile, it is the phenomena of how constant efficiency and cost reduction drive the offshore wind market that is interesting. How and when is the optimum achieved, as this could be the point where the offshore wind industry will develop fastest. These questions puzzled the management of Port Esbjerg, which has been used as an installation port for nearly two decades and therefore has observed the changes. They believe the future is hyper-collaboration, between ports and between companies servicing the offshore wind industry. There are numerous examples of the sharing economy in operation at the port. A prominent example involves one of the largest fleets of mobile harbor cranes. The port owns and operates the cranes that are used by both manufacturers of major components for offshore wind turbines and the various stevedore companies operating in the port.