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SEWC & Partners Announce Launch of Offshore Wind Coalition
SEWC Update, September 21, 2021

A group of North Carolina business, energy, and environmental advocates have announced the formation of a coalition to advance offshore wind in North Carolina.

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SEWC Submits Comments to BOEM in Support of Wilmington East WEA
SEWC Update, September 13, 2021

SEWC commends BOEM’s decision to move forward with preparing a supplemental EA for the Wilmington East WEA and supports the intent of this process to take into consideration the most recent and relevant environmental, wildlife, and ocean use data. We urge BOEM to move expeditiously through this process, and to ultimately hold a lease sale for the greatest acreage possible of the Wilmington East WEA ahead of the impending leasing moratorium set to take effect on July 1st, 2022.

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SEWC is Hiring: Program and Communications Associate
SEWC Update, September 03, 2021

The Program and Communications Associate will be an integral part of all SEWC operations and administration. This includes member outreach and communications, social media content development and outreach, technical comment development, event coordination and organization, grant applications and reporting, administrative activities, and many other aspects of the business. The position also supports programmatic work developed by senior staff. You will be an important staff member in a small, energetic, growing, and mission-driven organization with an entrepreneurial culture. Can-do attitudes and self-starters will fit well. This position reports to the Program Manager.

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SEWC Submits Comments to BOEM in Support of Kitty Hawk Offshore Wind Project
SEWC Update, August 30, 2021

The Southeastern Wind Coalition (“SEWC”) appreciates the opportunity to provide comments to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (“BOEM”) concerning the Notice of Intent (“NOI”) to prepare a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (“EIS”) for the review of a construction and operations plan (“COP”) submitted by Kitty Hawk, LLC (“Kitty Hawk”) for the Kitty Hawk Offshore Wind Project.

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Governor Roy Cooper Sets Offshore Wind Development Goals For North Carolina
SEWC Press Release, June 09, 2021

Governor Roy Cooper Sets Offshore Wind Development Goals For North Carolina

2,800-megawatts by 2030, 8,000-megawatts by 2040​

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