Filters by: TechnologyThis page provides an overview of all past and present Marine Energy projects in the United States at different levels of development and provides active links to permitting documents from either the FERC eLibrary or Tethys Knowledge Base.
Map of Projects
To learn more about a project, select the blue pin on the map with your cursor and a pop up will open with the project’s name, timeline, geographic coordinates and a list of all submitted permitting and licensing materials to date. Where available, the permitting/licensing documents have been linked to a downloadable PDF of the document or to pages with additional information.
Timeline of Projects
The figure above shows all past and present Marine Energy projects and the permitting milestones of each over time organized by energy type (riverine, tidal, and wave). Click on the triangles in the plot to zoom the map to the study location of interest. You can access relevant FERC documents per project and permitting milestones by clicking on the study location icon in the map.
Filters by: Technology Stressor Receptor Phase ManagementThe Management Measures tool allows users to search and query the Tethys Management Measures Tool for Marine Renewable Energy - a robust compilation of marine energy management measures identified by international Marine Renewable Energy regulators and researchers.
Source: Management Measures Tool for Marine Renewable Energy | Tethys
Filters by: Technology Stressor Receptor Phase ConsequenceThe FERC eLibrary contains environmental compliance project documents, of which excerpts have been manually tagged for reference.
Filters by: Technology Stressor Receptor ConsequenceThe Tethys Marine Energy Knowledge Base contains curated white and gray literature.
Filters by: ReceptorSpatial intersections are displayed here between the location drawn and datasets loaded from MarineCadastre.gov of species, habitats and human uses as Receptor tags.
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