July 13, 2024


BOEM Approves NJ’s Atlantic Shores OSW Project
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has given the go-ahead to New Jersey’s foremost offshore wind project, the 1,510-MW Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind. 
Sunrise Wind
Sunrise Wind Cleared to Begin Construction
Sunrise Wind has received final federal approval of its construction and operations plan and expects to begin seabed preparations off the New England coast this year.
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Offshore Wind Leaders Project Confidence amid Election Year Uncertainty
Offshore wind executives and government officials expressed tentative optimism at an offshore wind conference about the industry’s rebound from last year’s spate of contract cancellations.
Vineyard Wind
Offshore Wind Projected to Save New Englanders $630M per Year
A new analysis prepared for the Sierra Club concludes offshore wind energy would be a money-saver for New Englanders, despite the high cost of construction. 
Ørtsted/Edison Chouest Offshore
Empire, Sunrise Wind Back Under Contract in NY
Two offshore wind projects have rebounded from the financial turmoil of 2023, finalizing replacement contracts with New York for 1,734 MW of capacity.
NJ Accelerates OSW Plans Again
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has directed the state Board of Public Utilities to advance the opening of its fifth offshore wind solicitation by 15 months.
Ørsted Reports Steadier Course as US Market Stabilizes
Ørsted charted a path forward from the industry’s recent turmoil as it released its first-quarter financial results.
New Jersey Opens 4th Offshore Wind Solicitation
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has opened its fourth offshore wind solicitation with a planned capacity of up to 4 GW.
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IPF24: How Best to Address OSW’s Effects on Fisheries
The offshore wind industry and its regulators are examining how best to limit impact on commercial fishing.
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Forum: Innovation Key to Advance NJ Offshore Wind
Innovation and in-state project development will be key to New Jersey’s offshore wind future as the state advances its initiative to create an offshore power center that can connect to homes and businesses onshore, according to speakers at the Wind Institute Research Symposium.

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