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April 16, 2024

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Ørsted Exits Offshore Wind Markets, Remains Committed to US
The world’s leading offshore wind developer announced that it is pulling out of some smaller markets but reiterated its commitment to construction and operation in U.S. waters.
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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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GE Sues Wind Turbine Blade Recycling Company

GE alleges it paid Global Fiberglass Solutions of Texas LLC $16.9 million to recycle about 5,000 blades, but GFS instead stockpiled them with other companies’ used blades.

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DeSantis Rejects $346 Million in IRA Energy Efficiency Funds
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis recently rejected a growing list of federal and state clean energy initiatives.
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GE to Assemble Key Onshore Wind Components in NY
General Electric will invest $50 million to create an onshore wind turbine assembly line in New York and hire about 200 new full-time employees.
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Big Offshore Wind Plans Face Multiple Major Obstacles
Three recent reports note that while the U.S. offshore wind sector is growing rapidly, the ever-larger turbines being installed present technical and reliability challenges.
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Researchers Modeling Jet Stream Interference with OSW
Researchers are seeking ways to mitigate wind patterns that could limit the output or cause excessive wear on wind turbines planned off the Atlantic Coast.
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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.
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Decarbonizing the Grid Faces Hurdles Despite Recent Laws
Experts explained to ACORE's Policy Forum what hurdles remain to be overcome after Congress passed the most ambitious clean energy legislation last year.

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