New York's Atlantic Ocean Study to Support Ocean Industries Development and Offshore Wind Energy (July 10, 2013)The New York State Department of State (NYSDOS) today released a comprehensive study on the physical, biological, wildlife and geographic characteristics of the Atlantic Ocean impacting New Yorkers.
Economic Impact Assessment (November 1, 2010): The Collaborative worked with Camoin Associates and AWS Truepower to assess the potential economic development benefits to the New York City and Long Island region of a proposed offshore wind project.
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Physical and Environmental Qualities Studies (October 2010): NYSERDA commissioned five studies to assess the potential of the proposed LI-NYC Offshore Wind Project site including geophysical and met-ocean characteristics and potential impact on natural resources and avian populations.
AWS Truewind Offshore Wind Technology Final Report (September 17, 2009) - The Collaborative had AWS Truewind author an Offshore Wind Technology Report which gives an overview of the offshore environment and different wind technologies applicable to the Long Island - New York City Offshore Wind Project.Summary Study
Request for Information (June 30, 2009) - The Collaborative was pleased to receive approximately 30 responses to the Request for Information from firms which included developers, manufacturers, consultants, law firms, and vessels and marine services. While the responses themselves are confidential, the Request for Information can be found using the link above.
Feasibility Study (March 20, 2009) - A joint feasibility study conducted by Con Edison and LIPA concluded that an interconnection of up to 700 MW of wind power, located at the desired location in the Atlantic Ocean, would be feasible with upgrades to their respective transmission systems.