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US offshore wind pipeline reaches 30.7 GW

he U.S. has a 30.7-GW pipeline of offshore wind projects, enough to meet President Joe Biden’s target of 30 GW by 2030, according to an S&P Global Market Intelligence analysis.

Governor Hochul Announces Key Offshore Wind Milestone as Contracts for Empire Wind 2 and Beacon Wind Projects Are Finalized

Governor Kathy Hochul today at the Port of Albany, alongside U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, Congressman Paul Tonko and other elected officials, announced the finalization of contracts between the New York State Energy…

Construction begins on New York’s first offshore wind farm

New York State broke ground on Friday on its first offshore wind farm, kicking off a boom in similar projects aimed at transforming the state’s — and the nation’s — energy mix. The South Fork Wind project…

Winds of change: 6 companies bid record $4.37B for offshore leases in New York, New Jersey

Six companies have agreed to pay a record-breaking $4.37 billion for the right to build wind turbines more than three miles off the coasts of New York and New Jersey, a major milestone for U.S. renewable energy efforts.

California Dreaming: Historic offshore wind project will help bolster state’s economy

As part of a commitment to a clean energy future, the Biden administration announced a bold move to open the Pacific Coast for its first offshore wind development project. The historic milestone will not only…

Training Underway to Meet Offshore Wind Industry Demand for Jobs

With the potential of thousands of well-paying jobs coming to the region, we must have a well-trained workforce ready to go. CONNECT institutions of higher education are working together to make sure that happens.

America’s Offshore Wind-Powered Future Begins in a Texas Shipyard

In announcing an ambitious renewable-energy push, the Biden administration highlighted a vessel under construction in Brownsville as proof of the economic opportunities of going green.