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A May 3 online hearing by New Jersey state Republican senators featured testimony by Jim Hutchinson Jr., editor of The Fisherman magazine (bottom left) and Meghan Wren, fisheries liaison for Seafreeze Ltd. of Rhode Island. NJ state Senate Republican offic
GOP pushes for New Jersey offshore wind moratorium
Captains Alex Hall, left, and Tony Alvernaz of the F/V Kathryn Marie are among New Bedford fishermen working in support roles for the Vineyard Wind project. Vineyard Wind photo.
Vineyard Wind engaging fishermen in offshore construction work
A Delaware Bay visualization shows wind-energy lease areas (black squares); planning areas (white squares); and two vessel-traffic categories for 2021 (101-250 annual vessels, yellow, 1,500-plus vessels, red). MarineCadastre.gov graphic.
NOAA making vessel traffic data more accessible to public
The Bureau of Offshore Energy Management published a call for information April 25 on potentially leasing offshore wind development areas on 9.8 million acres in the Gulf of Maine. BOEM graphic.
BOEM seeks comment on final Gulf of Maine offshore wind call area
BOEM's proposal for eight wind energy areas off the central U.S. Atlantic coast covers about 1.7 million acres, down from 3.9 million acres in the agency's original call area in April 2022. BOEM graphic.
Maryland quadruples offshore wind goal to 8.5 gigawatts
A team from the Marine Mammal Stranding Center examined a dead 30-foot juvenile humpback whale that washed up at Atlantic City, N.J., Jan. 7. Atlantic City Police Department photo.
After whale strandings, New Jersey to fund more offshore wind impact studies
A tally shows how far the Bureau of Offshore Energy Management has progressed toward permitting U.S. offshore wind projects as of April 2023. BOEM graphic.
National Academies’ offshore wind advisors meet, and critics fume
Crowley Wind Services will develop the California offshore wind and heavy lift terminal in partnership with the Port of Humboldt Bay. Crowley image.
Crowley planning first steps for California wind terminal
A U.S.-flag flies off the back of a boat near one of the five turbines from the first U.S. offshore wind farm, the 30-MW Block Island, R.I., project. Val Stori, Clean Energy Group image.
Maritime innovations: Offshore wind
A recent marine safety information bulletin from the Coast Guard says converted bulk vessels arriving in the U.S. carry wind turbine parts stowed in ways "that substantially limits visibility from the navigation bridge." USCG photo.
Turbine carriers have limited navigation bridge visibility, Coast Guard says
The New Jersey Republican State Committee posted a Facebook page April 11 that directs readers to make a state Senate campaign contribution. New Jersey Republican State Committee image.
New Jersey Republicans move to campaign on offshore wind
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