Fishermen Energy CENAP-OP-R-2008-0777 - A Department of the Army permit was issued on June 14, 2012. The subject permit was originally issued to
Fisherman’s Energy of New Jersey, LLC authorizing the construction of 6 separate wind turbine structures in the Atlantic Ocean approximately 2.8 nautical miles east of Atlantic City, Atlantic County, New Jersey. Subsequent to the original authorization, the permit was transferred to EDF Renewable Energy. In response to a recent request from EDF Renewable Energy, our Department of the Army authorization was modified on May 24, 2019, to authorizing the construction and installation of three separate 8.3MW wind turbines at the project location. The permit issued is good for 5 years.
Ocean Wind of New Jersey CENAP-OP-R-2017-0135 - Ørsted Wind Power North America want to develop a turbine field approximately 15 miles southeast of Atlantic City, Atlantic County, New Jersey. This office has authorized geotechnical and geophysical tests that have been performed both offshore and within state waters where the proposed cables would make landfall. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is currently reviewing preliminary information supplied by the applicant for the proposed project. While BOEM will be the lead agency, this office will coordinate with BOEM during their review and will process the action under the Corps' Standard Permit procedures.
Deepwater Wind Skipjack Wind Farm CENAP-OP-R-2018-0086 - Ørsted Wind Power North America is proposing a wind turbine farm that would be located approximately 20 miles east of Sussex County, Delaware. Geotechnical and geophysical tests have been performed have been performed offshore of the State of Delaware. Meetings have been held with state and Federal representatives to discuss the proposed action. BOEM is aware of the project and will be the lead Federal agency. The Corps will process an application once received by this office as a Standard Permit.
US Wind CENAP-OP-R-2016-0197 - US Wind is proposing a wind turbine farm off the Coast of Ocean City, Maryland. The Philadelphia District's is involved
because the proposed cable from the turbines would come onshore thorough the state of Delaware. The Baltimore District will be the lead processing this
action for the Corps.