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GE plans offshore wind job cuts

GE Renewable Energy is looking to cut jobs in its offshore wind unit based in France, because of delays in getting final approval for the country's offshore projects.

US offshore is making up for its slow start

The surprise bidding war seen in December's Massachusetts auction marked the first stage of a noticeable acceleration in the US offshore industry, which had been gathering pace since the country's maiden project -- the 30MW Block Island off Rhode Island -- was completed in 2016.

Shell adds second US offshore wind site

Anglo-Dutch oil and gas major Shell has entered a joint venture with EDF Renewables to acquire a lease area off New Jersey, making it its second US offshore wind site.

New Jersey rejects 25MW site, but approves offshore funding

EDF Renewable Energy's 25MW Nautilus pilot project has been rejected by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) on the grounds it failed to demonstrate the necessary benefits to the local area.

BOEM 'blown away' by offshore lease bidding frenzy

Records were shattered as operators bid a combined total of $405 million to secure three lease areas for offshore wind development off Massachusetts. Equinor, Vineyard Wind and Mayflower Wind Energy were the last names standing.

MHI Vestas on pole for Vineyard - updated

UNIITED STATES: Danish-Japanese firm MHI Vestas has been named the preferred turbine supplier for the 800MW Vineyard Wind project off Massachusetts and named its first US appointment.

MHI Vestas in line to supply EDF's Nautilus

UNITED STATES: EDF Renewables has named MHI Vestas as the preferred supplier for its 25MW Nautilus project off the coast of New Jersey.

New Jersey seeks help starting offshore wind sector

UNITED STATES: New Jersey's Economic Development Authority (EDA) is seeking help to prepare the state's port infrastructure and supply chain programs to support its nascent offshore wind sector.