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The Feb. 23-25 wind lease auction for the New York Bight broke all records for offshore energy leasing. BOEM graphic.
New York Bight wind auction shatters U.S. records
New York Bight wind lease areas went up for bid Feb. 23, 2022. BOEM graphic.
Bidding tops $3.3 billion in New York Bight wind lease sale
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will offer 480,000 acres on six wind energy lease areas in the New York Bight at a Feb, 23 auction. BOEM image.
New York Bight offshore wind lease sale begins tomorrow
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management said its environmental assessment foresees 'no significant impact' from up to 800,000 acres of wind energy leases in the New York Bight. BOEM graphic.
BOEM looks at fishermen compensation — but not everyone wants it
Planned offshore wind developments in southern New England and New York Bight waters are shown here, along with areas BOEM is considering for future wind leases (in purple). Tufts University School of Engineering image.
Report says 2021 brought $2 billion in new U.S. offshore wind investment
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul spoke at a Feb. 11 groundbreaking event to mark the start of shoreside cable construction for the South Fork Wind project. NY Governor's Office photo.
Groundbreaking marks start of South Fork Wind project
Unlike East Coast offshore wind energy turbines on sea floor monopile foundations, West Coast turbines would stand on floating platforms. Principle Power/Redwood Coast Energy Authority image.
AWO warns of navigation safety with West Coast offshore wind
Designers at DLBA break with the industry’s preference for catamaran hulls with a 118' aluminum monohull conceived for conditions wind developers face in the northwest Atlantic. DLBA photo.
What lies ahead for offshore wind boats and hybrid vessels?
DEME's Sea Installer will erect turbines on the Vineyard Wind project. the 434' WTIV is one of several European vessels being upgraded with 1,600-ton cranes to handle bigger wind turbines. DEME image.
New report says wind developers running short of installation vessels
GE Haliade-X turbines planned for Vineyard Wind would stand more than 800 feet above sea level. A lawsuit challenging project approvals questions if the turbines can survive major hurricanes. GE image.
Fishing advocates sue over federal approvals for Vineyard Wind
A trio of 88' crew transfer vessels will be built for WindServe Marine by its affiliated Senesco shipyard in North Kingston, R.I. WindServe Marine/BMT rendering.
Rhode Island yards to build five CTVs for Ørsted and Eversource
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