The Department of the Interior has announced the transfer of regulations governing offshore renewable energy activities – including workplace safety and environmental compliance – from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE).
So, you have heard of solar power and wind energy, but what about their younger cousin, marine energy?
Business Network for Offshore Wind to Host OSW O&M/Health & Safety Summit In New Orleans on January 19, 2023
The two-day event will help offshore wind businesses ensure safety remains a top priority as the industry develops The Business Network for Offshore Wind, the largest nonprofit working to accelerate U.S. offshore wind development and build a dedicated domestic supply chain, will host its annual OSW O&M/Health & Safety Summit beginning Thursday, January 19, in New Orleans.
The American offshore wind industry closed 2022 strong despite impending challenges and economic uncertainty, according to the U.S. Offshore Wind Quarterly Market Report released by the Business Network for Offshore Wind, the leading non-profit working to accelerate offshore wind development and build a dedicated manufacturing supply chain in the United States.