The state is asking for feedback on the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s proposal to issue up to three commercial offshore wind energy leases in the Wilmington area.
Jennifer Mundt has been named assistant secretary of North Carolina Commerce’s clean energy economic development.
The state must develop offshore wind projects to capture the maximum economic opportunity, according a new study conducted by the Southeastern Wind Coalition.
Offshore Wind for North Carolina will display projected images of the Wilmington East offshore wind plan Jan. 28 in the Southport Community Building.
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday signed an executive order with new emissions-reduction goals and calling for new ways to reach carbon neutrality, prioritize environmental justice and develop clean energy transportation options.
The League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear plans to host an online presentation on a proposed offshore wind sale in the Wilmington area.
Federal regulators are asking for public comment on a draft supplemental environmental assessment related to proposed wind energy leasing options off the coast of North Carolina.
With a recently announced $7.5 million federal grant, Duke University is leading a research project to better understand how offshore wind development can affect marine species.
The Interior Department announced Thursday a proposed lease sale for offshore wind development off North Carolina and South Carolina.
A company plans to build the nation’s first offshore wind turbine blade facility at the Portsmouth, Virginia, Marine Terminal.
North Carolina environmental organizations are looking at offshore wind technology.
Officials along North Carolina’s southern coast say the federal government has yet to address their concerns over the distance of proposed offshore wind turbines.
BOEM is taking public comment until Sept. 12 on a possible lease sale for the offshore Wilmington East Wind Energy Area.
The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners is expected Monday to consider a resolution opposing offshore wind turbines less than 24 miles from shore, taking its cue from oceanfront towns.
A 30-day public comment period has begun and meetings are set for the proposed Kitty Hawk offshore wind project, what could be the first to operate off the N.C. coast.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s Carolina Intergovernmental Renewable Energy Task Force will meet July 21 via Zoom to discuss wind energy off the coast of the Carolinas.