June 13, 2024

Attentive Energy

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NY Offshore Wind Plans Implode Again
Three provisional contracts totaling 4 GW and constituting the entire result of New York's third offshore wind solicitation have been cancelled. 
NJ Awards Contracts for 3.7 GW of OSW Projects
The state is moving forward with the Leading Light Wind and Attentive Energy Two projects after the cancellation of Ocean Wind 1 and 2.
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Offshore Wind: NY, NJ Collaborate to Boost Infrastructure, Supply Chain

Two states with some of the most ambitious offshore wind goals in the nation brought stakeholders together last week, trying to keep things on track in 2024.

Impacts of Six Potential OSW Projects Previewed
Federal regulators have issued their first-ever environmental impact evaluation of multiple offshore wind lease areas.
Empire Wind
Empire Wind 2 Cancels OSW Agreement with New York
Equinor and bp have terminated the offtake agreement with New York for the Empire Wind 2 project.
New York Announces Renewable Energy Projects Totaling 6.4 GW

Twenty-five renewable energy projects totaling 6.4 GW have been selected for development in New York, including three new offshore wind farms with a combined 4 GW capacity.

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Long-term Optimism Meets Short-term Concern at Offshore WINDPOWER 2023
The American Clean Power Association’s Offshore WINDPOWER conference discussed uncertainty and the need for federal support amidst supply chain snarls and high interest rates.
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Webinar Wades into Push to Revise US Permitting Rules
The U.S. must change permitting processes to deploy federal infrastructure money and ensure CO2 reductions needed to avoid the worst climate change impacts.
NY OSW Developers Propose Collaboration with GE
General Electric may play a potentially significant role in the supply chain that New York hopes to host for its new offshore wind industry.
NYSERDA: 3rd OSW Solicitation Breaks Record
New York said its latest offshore wind solicitation drew more than 100 proposals from six developers for eight new projects — a record level of response.

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