Mayflower Wind and Anbaric Agree to Bring Offshore Wind Ashore at Brayton Point-Supplements Mayflower’s Cape Cod EffortsPosted OnMay 27, 2021 by
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.Read More
Anbaric released a statement from CEO Clarke Bruno on President Biden’s offshore wind goals.Read More
Anbaric announced that Peter Shattuck will now serve in the expanded role as the company’s President for New England. He will oversee the company’s operations across Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.Read More
Establishing an onshore infrastructure model for Massachusetts.
Anbaric Development Partners (Anbaric) provided comments on Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s Integrated Resources Plan (IRP) Clean Energy Pathways Analysis.
Fishing Industry, Business, and Academia: Transmission system needed now to achieve offshore wind goalsPosted OnSeptember 14, 2020 by
The Massachusetts Legislature’s proposals for an ambitious expansion of offshore wind procurement goals have prompted representatives of the fishing industry, business community, and academia to call for early action on an offshore transmission system to minimize impacts on fisheries and the environment, reduce costs, and achieve decarbonization goals.Read More
Anbaric has submitted a proposal to ISO New England to replace the gas-powered Mystic Station powerplant with the Mystic Reliability Wind Link.
According to a new poll conducted by the MassINC Polling Group, a wide majority of Greater Boston residents wants to see offshore wind power — rather than power generated from fossil fuels — replace the retiring Mystic Generating Station in Everett.