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Offshore Wind Late Spring, 2022
- May 31, 2022 3:09 pm GMT
The last post on this subject was on the first day of March. This one is posted on the last day of May.
There is no significant new news for any of the projects covered in the last post. The first new East Coast projects will not send their first power ashore until mid to late next year. However there is much new news for future projects. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has held two important East Coast auctions, and tentatively scheduled the first West Coast auction.
Assessing the benefits of a pan-European hydrogen transmission network
Renewable and low-carbon gases are expected to play a key role, alongside other technology and policy options, towards achieving climate neutrality along the goals set forth by the European Green Deal and the interim goals for 2030 expressed by..
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