Four major developers submitted proposals to NYSERDA’s 2018 offshore wind solicitation. Public versions of the proposals are included here.
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1. Massachusetts 2. Rhode Island 3. New York 4. New Jersey 5. Maryland 6. Delaware 7. Virginia 8. North Carolina 9. South Carolina
We thank Governor Cuomo for making offshore wind energy a critical piece of his mandate to get to 100 percent “clean, carbon-free” electricity by 2040 and for increasing the state’s
Dear Members, I wanted to share with you the news that US Wind has sold its lease rights in NJ to EDF and Shell (a 50/50 Venture). Please see their
The OREC Funding Mechanism Rule Proposal has been published in the NJ Register. The public comment period will be open for 60 days beginning Monday August 20, 2018. The New Jersey
First Phase of Offshore Wind Procurement Will Support State’s Overall Goal of 2,400 Megawatts of Offshore Wind by 2030 Will Support 5,000 New Manufacturing, Installation and Operation Jobs in Burgeoning
Vineyard Wind, a partnership between Avangrid Renewables and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), has been selected for an 800-megawatt wind farm. The Network is also proud to report that Deepwater Wind
Today New Jersey Governor Murphy signed into law a clean energy bill that requires the development of 3500MWs by 2030. Quote from Liz Burdock, Executive Director, Business Network for Offshore
Date of publication: 05/10/18. The Business Network for Offshore Wind works to support the development and growth of the U.S. offshore wind supply chain. The Network reacts to existing offshore
Download a copy of the Network’s U.S. offshore wind market map showing the East Coast offshore wind areas.