April 21, 2024


Empire Wind
Deflated New York OSW Portfolio Positioned to Start Regrowth
The details released on New York’s potential next wave of offshore wind projects indicate continued efforts to expand the human and industrial infrastructure critical to offshore development.
Offshore Wind Reset Complete in New York
The churn in New York’s offshore wind industry reached a crescendo Jan. 25, with ownership changes, contract cancellations and new proposals announced.
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.

NJ Extends Third Solicitation OSW Deadline for ‘Contingent’ Projects
New Jersey agreed to extend the deadline by which developers with solicitations pending in other states can drop out of its third solicitation.
NJ Offshore Wind Projects Face Whale Protection Measures
Initiatives to protect marine life, specifically whales in one case, will shape development of New Jersey offshore wind projects as developers face rising public concern.
NJ’s 3rd OSW Solicitation Attracts 4 Bidders
New Jersey’s third offshore wind solicitation drew proposals from four developers, including two that would put turbines much farther out to sea than earlier projects.
Ex-BOEM Director Lefton to Lead OSW Development for RWE
Amanda Lefton, who led BOEM's drive to expand the U.S. offshore wind sector, will now head East Coast development efforts for RWE.
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DOE Loans Chief: Industry Ambition ‘Very Low’ to Meet Climate Challenges
The clean energy industry has incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act but lacks ambition, the head of the Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office said.
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Overheard at the 2023 NECA Renewable Energy Conference
Maria Robinson, director of DOE’s Grid Deployment Office, gave an update on the work her team has been doing to allocate a great deal of funding from the IIJA.
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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