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July 23, 2024

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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.
Worldview Films
Avangrid Avoids Major Offshore Wind Losses
Avangrid reported a year-over-year decrease in income but said a timely pause in its offshore wind projects saved it from write-offs that could have run into the billions.
Worldview Films via Vineyard Wind
Vineyard Wind 1 Generates its First Power
Vineyard Wind 1 generated its first power for New England, sending about 5 MW of electricity to the grid via its interconnection point on Cape Cod.
South Fork Wind
South Fork Wind Announces ‘Steel in the Water’

New York announced that the first monopile foundation has been installed for South Fork Wind, a 132 MW project being developed by Ørsted and Eversource off the eastern tip of Long Island.

Bladt Industries
1st Substations Set Sail for 1st US Offshore Wind Projects
1,500- and 3,200-ton substations for offshore wind projects are being sailed from Texas and Denmark, respectively, for the New England coast.
BOEM
Lawsuit Against Vineyard Wind over Threat to Whales Tossed
One of the federal lawsuits challenging approval of the Vineyard Wind 1 offshore wind project off the south coast of Massachusetts has been dismissed.
South Fork Wind
‘Monumental Progress’ for OSW in New York in 2022
Wind power development off the Northeast U.S. coast continued to advance in 2022, with New York especially seeing a "banner year," according to an OSW advocate.
Shutterstock
Avangrid Seeks to Terminate Commonwealth Wind PPAs
Avangrid has moved to terminate power purchase agreements for Commonwealth Wind, a 1.2-GW offshore wind project it is developing in Massachusetts.
U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Avangrid CEO: Benefits of OSW Restructuring Not Reflected in Stock
Avangrid’s CEO said during an earnings call that the lease areas that the company now directly controls are “undervalued based on current market prices.”
Mass. Adds 1,600 MW to OSW Portfolio in Latest Procurement
Massachusetts chose two offshore wind projects totaling 1,600 MW, potentially bringing the state's offshore wind total to 3,200 MW.

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