Getting to Grips with the US Offshore Wind Permitting Process
- May 18, 2018 9:47 pm GMT
This item is part of the Special Issue - 2018-06 - Offshore Wind, click here for more
Despite encouraging signs of progress in US offshore wind, securing permits for the construction of plants remains a complex and largely untested topic. This paper reviews some of the main variables involved, from environmental risk to Bureau of Ocean Energy Management leasing.
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There I was, wondering whether anyone was interested in my world of offshore wind and hydrogen! My thanks to the Energycentral team and community.
Summary: I’ve seen evidence that the projects covered in similar earlier posts are making progress. I’ve also found an excellent DOE Source on Offshore Wind, linked below, and this will provide much of the content in this post.
The Report includes the following key findings: • Overall upstream oil and gas GHG emissions fell by 11% between 2018 and 2020 • Two-thirds of offshore installations decreased their emissions between 2019 and 2020, by 36% on average •..
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