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The Race to Build Wind Farms That Float on the Open Sea

By Chris Baraniuk

THE MAKERS OF wind turbines have, for many decades now, labored to harness one of the mightiest forces in nature. They’ve moved from onshore to offshore sites, building ever larger rotors with huge blades, each one now longer than a row of 10 London buses. And they’ve stacked those rotors atop dizzying towers, constantly reaching for new, blustery heights.

07/01/22
                                                               

Offshore wind offers boost to poor town

By Jon Hurdle Photo: Edwin J. Torres

Herbert Thornton has been delivering tires for a living for the last five years but says he’s now ready for a change, and plans to retrain as a welder at a new factory in Paulsboro that will be making foundations for offshore wind turbines.

06/24/22
                                                               

Biden teams with East Coast governors to boost offshore wind

By Matthew Daly Photo: AP Photo/Rodrique Ngowi

The White House on Thursday launched a formal partnership with 11 East Coast governors to boost the growing offshore wind industry, a key element of President Joe Biden’s plan for climate change.

06/23/22
                                                               

STATEMENT: Remarks by President Biden Before Meeting on the Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership

The President: I Want To Say To The Press: We Have An Impressive Group Of Governors, Labor Leaders, And Business Leaders In The Room Here, But I’m Not Going To Take The Time To Introduce Everybody Right Now…

06/23/22
                                                               

Biden Partners With East Coast Governors To Accelerate Offshore Wind—Here’s How It Fits Into His Climate Plan

By Brian Bushard Photo: Christopher Furlong , Getty Images

The partnership announced Thursday between the White House and state governors from Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and North Carolina, intends to boost offshore wind energy projects along the East Coast.

06/23/22
                                                               

‘Nothing short of staggering’: Global offshore wind power pipeline ‘doubles in a year’

By Tom Gocklen - Kozlowsky Photo: Ole Jorgen Bratland

RenewableUK analysis puts China just ahead of UK in terms of the amount of offshore wind capacity currently in development

06/21/22
                                                               

U.S. proposes offshore wind sale off California coast

By Nichola Groom Photo: Robert Galbraith , Reuters

The Biden administration on Thursday proposed auctioning five areas off the coast of California for offshore wind development, a critical milestone in expanding the nascent U.S. industry to Pacific waters.

05/27/22
                                                               

Mass. advances two major offshore wind projects

By Miranda Wilson Photo: Christopher Furlong , Getty Images

Electric utilities filed long-term plans with the state Department of Public Utilities to procure power from the two projects, which collectively represent the state’s largest offshore wind venture, officials said yesterday. The facilities — Commonwealth Wind and Mayflower Wind — would together add 1,600 megawatts of carbon-free power to New England’s power grid, enough to offset about 2.7 million metric tons of greenhouse gases per year, said Beth Card, secretary of energy and environmental affairs for the state.

05/26/22
                                                               

Secretary Haaland Provides Updates on Offshore Leasing Program During Senate Testimony

“The previous Administration stopped work on the new five-year plan in 2018, so there has been a lot to do to catch up. Varying, conflicting litigation has also been a factor. As we take this next step, we will follow the science and the law, as we always do. This requires a robust and transparent review process that includes input from states, the public and Tribes to inform our decision-making. We take this responsibility seriously without any pre-judgment of the outcome,” said Secretary Haaland.

05/19/22
                                                               

Offshore move highlights Biden’s mixed message on oil

By Heather Richards and Others Photo: Drew Angerer , Getty Images

The apparent mixed signals underscore the fine line the climate-focused President Joe Biden has tried to walk on his management of the federal oil program — the one arena where a president holds influence over the oil industry — amid a global oil crisis, as Republicans slam the White House for rising inflation and voters sour over prices at the pump.

05/12/22