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The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management proposes more wind energy lease sales in the New York Bight. Scallop fishermen want a buffer between their fishing grounds and the Hudson South area (bottom left). BOEM image.
Scallop fishermen seek buffer zone around New York Bight wind power areas
Michael Shellenberger speaks in Ocean City, N.J., at an event organized by opponents of the Ocean Wind offshore wind energy project July 15, 2021. Save Our Shoreline video image.
Offshore wind opponents host energy contrarian Michael Shellenberger
A floating wind turbine under tow to the experimental Hywind site off Scotland. Statoil photo.
NOAA grants $155,000 to examine floating offshore wind and fishing
The Empire Wind project is planned for two phases, totaling a potential 2.76 gigawatts production, with power export cables to New York City and Long Island. BOEM graphic.
Empire Wind plans power delivery to New York in 2025
Maine Aqua Ventus is a proposed 12 MW wind turbine demonstration project off the coast of Maine. University of Maine image.
Maine compromise prohibits new offshore wind development in state waters
The vessels are designed by WI-ND Naval Architects based on the proven Inertia trimaran hull form, and in close collaboration with Sydney based high-speed craft experts One2three Naval Architects. Marsun Shipyard photo
Marsun Shipyard building twin trimaran crew transfer vessels
The first Jones Act compliant offshore wind turbine installation vessel is currently being built by Keppel AmFELS at its Brownsville, Texas, shipyard for Dominion Energy. Dominion Energy rendering
BOEM opening environmental impact study for Virginia offshore wind
Offshore wind developers are planning for 12- to 14-megawatt turbines as the 2020s industry standard. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management analysts say larger generators and higher altitude bring greater efficiency. BOEM graphic.
National Academies studying wind turbine impact on vessel radar
The Ocean Wind turbine array off Atlantic City would send power ashore through two export cables, to the now-closed BL England coal generation plant in Cape May County and north to the former Oyster Creek nuclear generating station in Ocean County. Ørsted
New Jersey awards 2,658 megawatts in biggest U.S. pact
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management issued its final record of decision for Vineyard Wind (blue crosshatched area), an 800-megawatt project to be built 15 nautical miles off Martha's Vineyard, Mass. BOEM graphic.
BOEM reviewing Vineyard Wind construction and operations plan
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