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US Announces $575 Million for Coastal Climate Resilience

to building resilience.”The announcement is part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, which is growing the American economy from the middle-out and bottom-up — from rebuilding our nation’s infrastructure to driving over $470 billion in private sector manufacturing and clean energy investments in the United States, to creating good-paying jobs and building a clean-energy economy that will combat climate change and make our communities more resilient

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DOE Announces $25 Million for Wave Energy Research

forward very much to what the innovative minds at both OSU and PSU as well as elsewhere develop with these projects that put our country on the path to a clean energy future.”“Thanks to this funding from the Department of Energy, these nine projects will be diving in to advance our clean energy economy,” said U.S. Senator Ed Markey (MA). “These federal grants will provide the necessary investments to responsibly and more efficiently harness power from U.S. waters, extending all the way from New Bedford, Massachusetts to the Pacific Northwest. Let’s ride these waves to our

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Nexans Opens Expanded Subsea Cable Facility in Charleston

to the wind power revolution in the U.S. and beyond."  "We are committed to playing our part in the creation of a more sustainable world and the electrification of our planet while helping meet U.S. goals for carbon neutrality. We believe that offshore wind will be key to create a clean energy economy; helping to add jobs, stimulate the economy, all while cutting greenhouse gas emissions."Built in 2014 to serve the U.S. high-voltage transmission market, the Charleston plant expansion supports the rapidly growing U.S. offshore wind market. By the end of 2021, Nexans will have created

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Offshore Wind & Politics: Joe Biden

orders “with unprecedented reach that go well beyond the Obama-Biden Administration and put us on the right track.”Cost: $1.7 trillion in federal spending over 10 years and leveraging an additional $5 trillion in local, state and private sector investments resulting in a “100% clean energy economy and net-zero emissions no later than 2050.”    For the full story, see the edition at: https://magazines.marinelink.com/nwm/MarineTechnology/201910/#page/

BOEM Issues Offshore Wind Energy Research Lease

.   “Developing our clean energy resources is an essential element of building a new Virginia economy,” said Governor Terry McAuliffe. “With this research lease, Virginia is leading the way in building wind turbines in the Atlantic Ocean and taking the next step toward the clean energy economy we need to create jobs and lower energy costs now and into the future.”   “The data collected under this research lease will help us understand the wind potential, weather and other conditions relevant to standing up wind power generation offshore Virginia,” said BOEM

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