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Offshore Compliance Recommended Practices, Edition 2

This document applies to offshore wind farm assets that extract kinetic energy from wind, transmit electricity to shore-based grids, and/or store energy using facilities or devices located offshore or on land. The scope includes wind farm assets that may potentially be installed in state and federal waters in the contiguous U.S., Alaska, and Hawaii, including inland bodies of water such as the Great Lakes. The scope includes wind farm assets installed in salt or fresh water with a rotor swept area greater than 200 m2. The scope includes the design, manufacturing, installation, commissioning, operation and service, decommissioning, and re-powering within the project life-cycle cycle of a wind farm. The equipment covered in the scope shall include rotor-nacelle assemblies, towers, substructures, foundations, offshore substations, inter-array and export cables (by reference to ACP OCRP-5 Recommended Practices for Submarine Cables), measurement and monitoring equipment, and any other permanently installed auxiliary platforms or equipment.

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