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May 27, 2021

Mayflower Wind and Anbaric Agree to Bring Offshore Wind Ashore at Brayton Point-Supplements Mayflower’s Cape Cod Efforts

Mayflower Wind and Anbaric announced that they have signed an agreement for Mayflower Wind to use transmission assets developed by Anbaric to bring offshore wind to Brayton Point. Mayflower Wind will bring clean offshore wind energy from its federal offshore energy lease area to Brayton Point which will lay the foundation for the broad repowering of Brayton Point.

May 11, 2021

Anbaric Files FERC Comments Calling For Transmission Planning Process Reforms

Anbaric filed comments with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission calling for reforms in the transmission planning process.

May 10, 2021

Anbaric Completes Second Phase of Marine Survey Activities For Boardwalk Power Link Project

Anbaric concluded its second set of oceanographic survey activities for their Boardwalk Power Link project, which will connect wind energy produced offshore to New Jersey’s existing onshore grid. The survey is part of Anbaric’s continuing efforts to develop reliable and scalable transmission projects for offshore wind in the state.

April 15, 2021

Anbaric’s Statement on BPUs First-in-the-Nation Solicitation for Offshore Wind Transmission

Anbaric released a statement from Janice Fuller, President, Mid-Atlantic, regarding the opening of the PJM solicitation window for the submission of transmission solutions to deliver offshore wind to New Jersey.

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