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Empire Wind is the sixth commercial-scale offshore wind farm to receive approval from the federal government following BOEM's approval.
The Biden administration will auction the first offshore wind leases in the Gulf of Mexico — about 300,000 acres that can produce 3.7 GW — on Aug. 29.
The U.S. Department of Interior has a plan to empower BLM to cut fees for solar and wind projects on public lands in the West.
Governors of California, Arizona and Nevada have agreed to a three-year water conservation plan aimed at protecting the drought-stricken Colorado River system.
Developers of the Western Interconnection’s largest transmission project in decades can begin construction after getting the go-ahead from the BLM.
The Department of the Interior proposed the first auction for leases to build offshore wind farms in the Gulf of Mexico.
EEI officials are optimistic they can win bipartisan support for siting and permitting legislation in Congress after the failure of Sen. Manchin’s proposal.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management announced plans to streamline permitting for offshore wind projects and reduce BOEM's role in safety enforcement.
Four nominees for key energy and land management positions faced a confirmation hearing before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Tuesday.
Fossil energy will continue to play a major role in the U.S., nominee for secretary of the Interior, Deb Haaland, told senators.
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