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Mass. Clean Energy Center

NewBedford Harbor Meeting Set For Tuesday

 

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center is hosting a public meeting Tuesday about the construction of a New Bedford marine terminal.

The New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal will be the first facility in the country designed to support the construction, assembly, and deployment of offshore wind energy projects.

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TSM - Marine Commerce Terminal under construction
TSM - Marine Commerce Terminal under construction

Mitchell: Marine Terminal Will Be 28 Acres Of Blacktop

 

Mayor Jon Mitchell says some people may not be impressed when the $100 million Marine Commerce Terminal in New Bedford's South End is completed. 

Speaking on weekly radio program, the Mayor said the terminal will amount to 28 acres of blacktop.  B

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Getty Images

German And Asian Executives Talk Wind Power In New Bedford

 

The New Bedford Wind Energy Center is hosting several delegations of wind power executives  from Europe and Asia this week, interested in how the offshore wind industry is taking hold in New Bedford. 

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TSM - UMass President Robert Caret (R) with Mayor Jon Mitchell
TSM - UMass President Robert Caret (R) with Mayor Jon Mitchell

UMass President Visits Downtown, Marine Commerce Terminal Site

 

University of Massachusetts President Robert Caret's bus tour makes a stop in New Bedford on Wednesday.

University officials joined Mayor Jon Mitchell for a walking tour of Downtown New Bedford. The

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Photo - Brian S.
Photo - Brian S.

Andrade Fears Harbor Blasting Will Damage Palmer’s Island Light

A member of a committee working on the restoration of Palmers Island in New Bedford Harbor says he's uneasy about blasting planned this month in the harbor for the Marine Commerce Terminal project now under construction

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TSM - Mayor Mitchell addresses marchers
TSM - Mayor Mitchell addresses marchers

Marchers Show Their Support For Marine Commerce Terminal Project

Environmentalists protesting fossil fuel-burning power plants made a stop in New Bedford Thursday morning, to show their support for wind power, and the Marine Commerce Terminal project in the South End

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New Bedford Officials Confident About Marine Commerce Terminal Progress

The New Bedford delegation that recently traveled to European offshore wind staging sites has formally announced their findings.

The delegation reunited Friday, saying New Bedford is on the right track with the Marine Commerce Terminal, as knowledge of red tape and other barriers in Europe is being used to smooth out the process on the homefront

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tsm - Gov. Patrick joins Mayor Mitchell and others for ceremonial Groundbreaking
tsm - Gov. Patrick joins Mayor Mitchell and others for ceremonial Groundbreaking

Groundbreaking Marks Start Of Marine Commerce Terminal

A ceremonial groundbreaking on a South End pier Monday, marked the start of construction of a $100-million, Marine Commerce Terminal in New Bedford.

Gov. Deval Patrick says offshore wind projects in the U-S will create 20,000 jobs, and some of those jobs will be right here in New Bedford

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Marine Commerce Terminal Groundbreaking is Monday

Gov. Deval Patrick is set to break the ground on a project whose manager says will be the first facility in the nation designed to support the construction, assembly and deployment of offshore wind projects

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Economic Development Director Matt Morrissey speaks with residents at a South Central Neighborhood meeting.
Economic Development Director Matt Morrissey speaks with residents at a South Central Neighborhood meeting.

Trade Mission Promotes City’s Marine Commerce Terminal

A recent trade mission to Europe for the South End Marine Commerce Terminal was the subject of a South Central neighborhood meeting Tuesday.

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