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BOEM Starts Environmental Review For Offshore Wind Project In Maryland, US


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    BOEM Starts Environmental Review For Offshore Wind Project In Maryland, US

    • 08 Jun 2022
    • United States
    • Infrastructure

    News: The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has started the environmental review process of US Wind's proposed offshore wind project in the US state of Maryland. The complex, projected to range betweeen 1.1GW and 2GW capacity, would feature 121 turbines and around four offshore substations off the coast of Ocean City and offshore Sussex County. BOEM intends to publish a notice of intent to seek public public feedback to determine the scope of its environmental review. The deadline for submission of public feedback is July 8 2022 (Renewables Now).

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