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Ørsted launches Ocean Wind lidar buoy

UNITED STATES: Developer ├śrsted has started measuring wind and wave conditions to determine the best turbine locations for its Ocean Wind project off the coast of New Jersey.

New agreement keeps France's offshore wind hopes alive

FRANCE: The offshore wind sector breathed a sigh of relief when president Emmanuel Macron announced late last month the government has reached agreement on new, lower tariffs for the six offshore projects awarded in 2012 and 2014, thus saving them from cancellation.

French offshore tariffs reduced

FRANCE: President Emmanuel Macron has renegotiated tariffs for six offshore wind farms awarded in 2012 and 2014, the French energy minister has confirmed.

Maine 'well-suited' for offshore wind job boom

UNITED STATES: Greater industry engagement and forward-thinking strategies could help Maine leverage its advantages in infrastructure, academia, and natural resources to support more than 2,000 jobs, according to a new study.

Ideol, STX partner on floating substation design

FRANCE: Floating foundation specialist Ideol and substation expert STX Offshore have announced a joint development project to design a floating substation.

EDF RE in talks to buy stalled Fishermen's Energy project

UNITED STATES: EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE) has entered into a preliminary agreement with Fishermen's Energy to acquire its 24MW Atlantic City project.

Update: French projects avoid tariff cut

FRANCE: A draft amendment tabled in parliament on 9 March which could have allowed the government to renegotiate tariffs for 3GW of offshore wind projects awarded in 2012 and 2014, or even cancel them all together, has been rejected.

New Jersey backs 3.5GW by 2030

UNITED STATES: New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has signed an executive order calling for 3.5GW of offshore wind by 2030.