(October 2, 2023) – Attentive Energy has submitted an impactful proposal in response to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ third offshore wind solicitation offering to supply…
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Attentive Energy, a subsidiary of TotalEnergies, has submitted an ambitious proposal to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ third offshore wind solicitation that offers multiple commitments to help meet New Jersey’s environmental and economic goals.
Attentive Energy continues to strengthen its relationships throughout New York by giving local community members opportunities to learn more about what offshore wind in the state will look like in the future.
The Western Queens community was recently invited to join a community conversation hosted by Rise Light & Power and the Attentive Energy One offshore wind project, in partnership with the Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement and Urban Upbound.
Attentive Energy One announced a landmark agreement with Utility Workers Union of America Local 1-2 (UWUA Local 1-2), which represents the workforce at the Ravenswood Generating Station.
This spring our team started collecting data on the movement of migratory bats in the offshore environment. Our team established two bat detectors aboard the survey vessel Emma McCall which collects geophysical and geotechnical data as part of Attentive Energy’s Year 2 Survey Program.
Attentive Energy, in partnership with the National Supplier Diversity Institute, hosted the first Economics X Energy 40: Offshore Wind Supplier Diversity Series. The event aimed to educate New Jersey’s small and diverse businesses on the offshore wind industry’s development timelines and the opportunities for them to enter the different phases of the local supply chain.