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The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is set to publish a Call for Information and Nominations to solicit public input and determine industry interest in developing commercial wind projects at two new areas offshore central California.
The new areas are adjacent to the Morro Bay Call Area, originally designated by BOEM in 2018, and have been identified as the Morro Bay Call Area East Extensions and Morro Bay Call Area West Extension.

The extension areas will be included in BOEM’s overall analysis of the Morro Bay 399 Area, which was advanced for offshore wind development by the US government this May, together with the Humboldt Area.

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