Tag Archives: Massachusetts

Greensea to Open Massachusetts Office

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Greensea Systems, a marine robotics company headquartered in Richmond, Vermont, plans to open an office on the waterfront in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The new location, at Cordage Park Circle, will be the company’s first office outside of Vermont and will become home to a growing team of software developers and robotics engineers. The company is known for the open-architecture platform OPENSEA

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First Geophysical Survey for Mayflower Wind

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TerraSond, an Acteon company, has completed a high-resolution geophysical survey for Mayflower Wind, a joint venture between Shell New Energies US LLC and EDPR Offshore North America LLC. The two-month campaign, which began in July 2019, surveyed an area, 20 mi. south of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, that can support up to 1,600 MW of offshore wind. The wind farm is scheduled to deliver

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Norwegian Company Wins US Offshore Wind Contract

Equinor has been declared the provisional winner of one of the three leases offered in the U.S. government’s wind lease sale for an area offshore Massachusetts. Equinor will now have the opportunity to explore the potential development of offshore wind farms to provide the region with a significant, long-term source of renewable electricity. The new lease, located south of Massachusetts

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“Ocean Shock” Interactive Web Series Details Disaster Trends for Fish Worldwide

Reuters reporters and photographers spent more than a year collecting stories and little-reported data for a series revealing a natural disaster unfolding beneath the sea. Their findings, released this week in a multi-media interactive web series called “Ocean Shock”, include the following: Fish are moving 10 times farther on average than land animals affected by rising temperatures; In the U.S.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes Changes to Coastal Barrier Resources System

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has made available for public review and comment its proposed revisions to the boundaries of the John H. Chafee Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) in Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New Jersey. The proposed revisions for 148 units (112 existing units and 36 proposed new units) are based on a rigorous set of

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