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A surf clam vessel offloading its catch in New Jersey. NOAA Fisheries photo/Peter Plantamura.
Empire Wind plans power delivery to New York in 2025
The Ocean Wind turbine array off Atlantic City would send power ashore through two export cables, to the now-closed BL England coal generation plant in Cape May County and north to the former Oyster Creek nuclear generating station in Ocean County. Ørsted
Ocean Wind project worries New Jersey beach resorts, fishing industry
BOEM withdrew plans for offshore wind energy areas Fairways North and Fairways South (at top) off the South Shore of Long Island. BOEM image.
BOEM pulls two areas from New York Bight wind planning
The 14-megawatt GE Haliade X turbine is becoming favored by U.S. offshore wind developers, including Ørsted which plans to work with GE building nacelles in New Jersey. GE image.
BOEM finalizes environmental statement on Vineyard Wind
Wolfgang Rain is chief coordinating officer for Sea Risk Solutions LLC. US Wind photo.
US Wind, Sea Risk Solutions to work on Delmarva fishermen outreach
Surf clams are shifting their range in response to changing ocean bottom temperatures. NOAA photo
Atlantic surf clams: With restaurant sales down, processors focus on retail
Vineyard Wind 1 (dark blue at center) would be the first offshore wind energy project among several planned on federal leases south of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. BOEM image.
Top New York energy official to lead BOEM; agency resumes Vineyard Wind review
Alaska scallopers manage with covid quarantines, but clams stay in the sand
Sediment plumes trail from the Thanet offshore wind turbine array in the North Sea in June 2015. NASA Earth Observatory/Jesse Allen.
Offshore wind turbines could affect Mid-Atlantic ‘cold pool,’ study shows
Vineyard Wind plans to build its 800-megawatt project (in yellow) 15 miles south of Martha's Vineyard. BOEM image
BOEM pushes back final findings on Vineyard Wind
Misty Blue in June 2017 in Fairhaven, Mass. Enoch MacDonough photo/NTSB
NTSB: Misty Blue's capsize started with tank flooding
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