• NE4OSW Celebrates Regional Collaboration on Block Island Wind Farm Tour

    BOSTON – September 27, 2022 – New England for Offshore Wind co-hosted 125 people from around the region on Sept. 20 for a boat tour of the 30-MW Block Island Wind Farm off the coast of Rhode Island. 

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    NE4OSW Applauds Passage of Momentous Offshore Wind Bill in Maine

    “We could not have reached this incredible milestone for the state without the deep collaboration between Maine environmental, justice and labor organizations, state leaders and the scientific community.”

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    NE4OSW Celebrates Vineyard Wind Construction Progress

    NE4OSW joined ELM and Avangrid to co-hosted a visit to the construction site of the Vineyard Wind project.

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    Labor and Offshore Wind

    Learn More about the ways that offshore wind industry can work with Labor in New England!

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    New England for Offshore Wind Coalition Announces Agreement on Transmission Principles

    The New England for Offshore Wind coalition, in collaboration with coalition member Acadia Center, released a set of Transmission Principles to help advance new transmission investments critically needed for offshore wind.

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Why Offshore Wind?

Learn why offshore wind is the game-changing source of power that New England needs to transition to a clean energy future.

Advocating for Offshore Wind in Every New England State

New England is uncommonly well positioned for harnessing offshore wind—it is a game-changer for our regional New England grid. Offshore wind is the single biggest lever we can pull to reduce our emissions, address the climate crisis, meet our energy needs, and grow our economy simultaneously.

New England for Offshore Wind is a growing regional coalition of environmental and justice organizations, academic and research institutions, business alliances, and labor unions.