Three reports set the context for offshore wind development in the Northeast...
The Northeast Land-Based Wind Newsletter reports on news, resources, activities and upcoming events.
The Offshore Wind Accelerator Project Newsletter reports on policy, technology and financing from the U.S. and around the globe.
The Distributed Wind Zoning and Permitting Toolkit helps facilitate the efficient and appropriate development of distributed wind.
A regional approach to wind power.

The Northeast Wind Resource Center (NWRC) provides salient, unbiased information on offshore and land-based wind energy in the Northeastern United States. The NWRC serves the information needs of New England and New York for land-based wind, and that same region plus New Jersey in the case of offshore wind.

Published research, studies, and analyses associated with the issues impacting public acceptance of wind deployment are available in the NWRC Resource Library.

The Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) manages the NWRC. From 2014 to mid-2018, the U.S. Department of Energy provided partial funding for the NWRC. During that time, Clean Energy Group and CESA led the work on offshore wind. Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC (SEA) assisted with land-based wind work, and the Maine Ocean and Wind Industry Initiative (MOWII) served as key liaison between the project and the wind industry.