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U.S. Offshore Wind News

Offshore Wind Moves Into Energy’s Mainstream

Feb 7, 2017 - By Stanley Reed, New York Times LIVERPOOL, England — When engineers faced resistance from residents in Denmark over plans to build … More>>

Young U.S. Offshore Wind Energy Industry Stands to Benefit from Emerging Unmanned Aircraft Systems Industry

By Todd Sumner The year of 2016, at least through August, has been quite remarkable for both the U.S. offshore wind energy industry and the small … More>>

Offshore wind farms power cost drops by 32% in five years, says report

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/15045920.Offshore_wind_farms_power_cost_drops_by_32__in_five_years__says_report/ … More>>

Business Network for Offshore Wind Statement on the NY Offshore Wind Area Energy Lease Auction

New York Offshore Wind Energy Area Lease Auction Hits Historic Price Baltimore, Maryland – December 16, 2016 —The Business Network For Offshore Wind, … More>>

DONG & Eversource Partner for Bay State Wind Farm

DONG Energy and Eversource Energy are partnering to develop the Bay State Wind Farm in Massachusetts. The proposed project is located 15-20 miles off … More>>

Collaboration Key to Creating Offshore Wind Hub in Mid-Atlantic

By Linda Strowbridge Alongside the aging docks of a British fishing port that had been hobbled by a fish stock collapse, a vibrant, high-tech and … More>>

U.S. builds first offshore wind farm

PBS NewsHour - December 11, 2016 In the U.S. today, wind power accounts for about five percent of all electricity generation, but a new project aims … More>>

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European achievements pave the way for investment in American OSW

By Linda Strowbridge   Despite the financial challenges facing the first projects in America’s nascent offshore wind energy industry, … More>>

Maryland Moving Forward

By Ross Tyler Maryland’s offshore wind opportunity has not been in recent news. Activities in other states such as Massachusetts, Rhode Island and … More>>

U.S. Offshore Wind in 2017

As we embark on 2017, it is time to reflect on U.S. offshore wind accomplishments in 2016. The United States’ first offshore wind project was … More>>

Save the date for the 2017 IPF!

The Business Network for Offshore Wind is hosting our fourth annual International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF), April 19-21 2017 in Annapolis, … More>>

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