OSW4NC Offshore Wind & Fisheries Informational Webinar

OSW4NC presents an informational session to inform the recreational and commercial fishing communities in Southeastern North Carolina about offshore wind development and provide a forum to answer questions and foster dialogue between stakeholders.

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BOEM Central Atlantic Public Comment Period

As part of the Biden-Harris administration's goal to deploy 30 gigawatts of offshore wind energy by 2030, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced on April 27, 2022, that it will publish a Call for Information and Nominations (Call) to assess commercial interest in -- and obtain public input on -- potential wind energy leasing activities in federal waters of the Central Atlantic. Comments due June 28, 2022.

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North Carolina Offshore Wind and Wildlife Solutions Summit

The transition to clean energy, including offshore wind, is essential to fight the harmful effects of our changing climate on local communities and wildlife habitats. Offshore wind is an important tool to mitigate the harmful effects of carbon pollution on North Carolina’s communities, natural systems and wildlife. It is critical that we move forward with important steps and safeguards to better understand, reduce and mitigate impacts of offshore wind projects on wildlife.

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