Birds, Whales & Offshore Wind now available on youtube. Find out why conservationists support offshore wind and how they are working to ensuring responsible development that protects wildlife.
Judith Reilly, the host of the League of Women Voters’ cable access show, “Engage,” recently turned her spotlight on the Salem wind port.
Avangrid, which is behind the 1200-megawatt Commonwealth Wind project, announced recently that it is pulling out of the power purchase agreements it had negotiated last spring. The decision is unlikely to impact Salem's new wind port.
AFE kicks off the New Year with a program on the opportunities and challenges that wind turbines pose for endangered species such as the North Atlantic Right Whale, migrating birds, and fish and lobster that are critical to the local fishing community.
Activists demand Healey appoint commissioners to the Department of Public Utilities who will push the utilities to address climate change.
Climate activists lead takeover of the ISO-New England Consumer Liaison Group.
SAFE submitted a letter with our comments on the Crowley application to build out the wind port to the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.
In this interview, SAFE's Pat Gozemba and Bonnie Bain discuss what SAFE is doing to ensure that the offshore wind industry provides quality jobs to Salem's environmental justice community.
Now that Salem is firmly on the path to becoming one of the nation’s few offshore wind (OSW) power ports, maybe we should be thinking of the other ways we could be reaping the tremendous power of the ocean.
This summer, Salem high school student Jessica Valatka got a chance to attend a weeklong summer program where she was introduced to the future of energy generation: offshore wind.