Fishermen's Energy gives official response to the New Jersey BPU’s staff position paper on Fishermen’s petition requesting approval to build the Atlantic City Windfarm and to receive offshore wind renewable energy certificates (ORECs) for it.
Economic Impact & Financing
Fishermen’s Energy provides an outline of the benefits and features of the proposed pilot project of the Atlantic City Windfarm
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities provides details on the mechanics of how offshore wind project owners can to sell their offshore wind renewable energy certificates (ORECs) to electricity supply companies and how the Alternative Compliance Payment would work.
Craig Roach and colleagues provide testimony on behalf of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities staff in regards to Fishermen’s Energy submitted estimates of the net economic benefits of the Atlantic City Wind project.
Atlantic City Electric, Jersey Central Power and Light, and Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSEG) give public comments concerning the Fisherman's Energy Atlantic City Wind project’s potential access to offshore wind renewable energy certificates (ORECs).
The Great Lakes Policy Research Network gives a policy brief on the offshore wind development policies and potential for the entire Great Lakes Region. The piece makes the case for more streamlined permitting to advance offshore wind in the Great Lakes.
NYSERDA presents an update on its work with offshore wind development in New York. the presentation highlights a need for cost-benefit analysis and marine life studies.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) makes a public notice that they received an unsolicited request from the New York Power Authority for a commercial offshore wind power lease. This notice will lead to an open period for other proposals.
The Natural Resources Defence Council (NRDC) submits public comments to BOEM supporting BOEM’s approval of the New York Power Authority’s unsolicited lease request for a commercial wind lease offshore New York.
Deepwater Wind comments publicly on how ocean based offshore wind could affect the New York State Energy Plan. Deepwater Wind argues that offshore wind would meet the needs of the plan for new generation while not having large transmission infrastrucutre costs.