New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced its plans to develop a first-in-the-nation infrastructure investment for offshore wind projects on the East Coast, named as the New Jersey Wind Port.
The port of Rotterdam reported that the coming decades will present a development in the number of wind farms in the North Sea, providing opportunities to the port and the companies on this segment.
Polish Port of Gdynia announced its expansion plans which will enable the port to accommodate the construction and operation of offshore wind farms in the Polish Baltic Sea. Poland aims to develop 8GW of offshore wind energy in the Baltic Sea by 2035.
Mammoet and Port of Coeymans Marine Terminal signed an agreement to boost New York State’s growing commitment to offshore wind development, enabling the Mammoet’s have access to the marine terminal on the Hudson River, located 100 miles north of New York City.
New York Governor, Andrew M. Cuomo, announced that the NY State Energy Research and Development Authority made an official agreement for two offshore wind projects that will generate a combined 1,700 megawatts of renewable energy for the state.
The Port of Tyne informed that it is increasing its offer to potential offshore wind manufacturers. Namely, the Port has almost completed the final phase of a major investment programme to infill Tyne Dock and increase its commercial property portfolio. A £3 million programme will complete Tyne Dock infill, leading to an additional 30 acres of land with deep-sea quayside access to support offshore wind.
Speaking during the Port of Esbjerg’s annual meeting, Chairman of the Board Flemming N. Enevoldsen, informed that the wind business is flourishing. If Denmark succeeds in seizing the opportunity, the wind hub of the North Sea may prove to be the green equivalent of the Norwegian oil adventure, CEO of Energinet, Thomas Egebo, noted. In addition, more Ro-Ro cargo and more ship calls mean that the Port has delivered a satisfactory profit for 2018.
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