June 13, 2024


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.
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.

New England – Maritimes Offshore Energy Corridor (NEMOEC)
Coalition Promotes US-Canadian Offshore Transmission Link
An industry coalition is promoting the concept of underwater transmission linking New England and Nova Scotia via wind farms off their respective coasts.
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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.
Interior Proposes 1st Lease for Offshore Wind in Gulf of Mexico
The Department of the Interior proposed the first auction for leases to build offshore wind farms in the Gulf of Mexico.
BOEM Continues Planning Process for Gulf of Maine OSW
BOEM wrapped up a series of info sessions in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, seeking feedback as it develops a map of potential wind farm sites.
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North Carolina OSW Auction Nets $315 Million
Duke Energy and TotalEnergies will pay a combined $315 million to lease 110,000 acres off North Carolina that could produce 1.3 GW in offshore wind.
New York Bight Winners Talk Supply Chain at NECA Renewables Conference
Jordan Shoesmith of Copenhagen Offshore Partners said that available public funding can deliver a supply chain “to last for generations.”
Fierce Bidding Pushes NY Bight Auction to $4.37 Billion
Six companies offered a record $4.37 billion for 5.6 GW of offshore wind capacity in the New York Bight after three days of fierce bidding.

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