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pdf Shoreside Economic Analysis for the Oregon TSP, Ecotrust, 2011 Popular

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ShoresideFinalReport3_2011_11_14.pdf

The primary goal of this project was to understand and to detail the value and economic contribution of marine resources to the shoreside economy and communities of Oregon. More specifically, the objectives were to examine patterns of income, expenditures, and employment in marine related industries such as commercial fishing, charter fishing, recreation, and tourism. To fulfill these objectives, Ecotrust staff reviewed the literature, engaged in extensive coastal outreach, and convened several stakeholder focus groups. We also collected, summarized, and analyzed primary data on coastal businesses and recreational fishing expenditures, and leveraged this data with existing datasets to provide a more complete, comprehensive characterization of Oregon‘s shoreside economy. Lastly, we updated MarineMap, an important decision support tool to inform marine spatial planning, to reflect some of what we have learned about the contributions of marine resources to the shoreside economy. The resulting data, analyses, and tools form a valuable basis for informing the potential siting of renewable ocean energy projects off Oregon, and supporting marine spatial planning more broadly.

pdf Summary of Oregon’s Renewable Portfolio Standard, ODoE, October, 2009 Popular

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Oregon_RPS_Summary_Oct2009.pdf

pdf Survey of Available Data on OCS Resources & Identification of Resource Gaps, MMS, 2009 Popular

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MMS_OCS_Report_ExecutiveSummary-final_2009.pdf

pdf Territorial Sea Plan Part 5 Popular

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TSP_Part5_PublicationVersion_FINAL_10172019.pdf

Territorial Sea Plan Part 5.  Use of the Territorial Sea for the Development of Renewable Energy Facilities or Other Related Structures, Equipment or Facilities.

document Training Announcement, BOEM & NREL, May 21 & 22, 2013 Popular

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BOEM_NREL_Technology_Training_Announcement.docx

The two-day training session will include presentations by experts from NREL on offshore wind and marine hydrokinetic (MHK) technologies and will also include industry panel discussions. The first day of the training, May 21, 2013, will focus on offshore wind technology and the second day, May 22, 2013, will focus on MHK technology.

pdf TSP Process Participation Guide, Feb 2012 Popular

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TSP_Public_Participation_info.pdf

There will be many opportunities for you to participate in this planning process and a variety of ways to submit your ideas, concerns, and responses about how the plan is being developed. All comments are welcome. This is a guide on participation in the process.

pdf TSPAC Agenda, July 9, 2012 Popular

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tspac_agenda_7-9-12.pdf

Agenda for the July 9, 2012 meeting of the Territorial Sea Plan Advisory Committee.

pdf TSPWG Final Agenda, January 21st, 2011 Popular

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TSPWG_Final_Agenda_1-21-11.pdf

Agenda for the first 2011 meeting of the OPAC Territorial Sea Plan Working Group.

pdf Wave Energy Industry Technical Memo for Device Feasability, OWET, 2012 Popular

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WE_IndustryTechMemo_Models_Jan2012.pdf

pdf White Paper on Licensing Hydrokinetic Pilot Projects, FERC, April, 2008 Popular

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FERC_hydrokinetic_whitepaper_2008.pdf

pdf Why Wave Energy? Nov. 16, 2012 Popular

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Why_Wave_Energy_FINAL_(1).pdf

This document was prepared by the Oregon Dept. of Energy and outlines the multiple reasons why the state is encouraging this industry. The marine renewable energy community offers economic and energy opportunities for the state of Oregon. Through responsible development and research centers, the state believes that marine energy – particularly wave energy – could be important to Oregon’s future. Wave energy generation can support a stable, healthy electric grid, future electricity load growth, sustainability goals and jobs on Oregon’s coast.

pdf Workshop Agenda, BOEM & NREL Technology Training, May 21 & 22, 2013 Popular

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BOEM_Offshore_Wind_Workshop_Agenda-May_3_2013.pdf

The agenda for the two day workshop sponsored by the Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.

The two-day training session will include presentations by experts from NREL on offshore wind and marine hydrokinetic (MHK) technologies and will also include industry panel discussions. The first day of the training, May 21, 2013, will focus on offshore wind technology and the second day, May 22, 2013, will focus on MHK technology.

pdf Workshop goals powerpoint: Nearshore Ecological Data Atlas Science Workshop Popular

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NEDA-_Workshop_Goals.pdf

Workshop Goals powerpoint from the Nearshore Ecological Data Atlas Workshop: September 20-21, 2011