2021 West Coast Wind Update
- Jul 6, 2021 2:54 pm GMT
I was not totally surprised when I heard that the current administration was opening up two new areas for California to build offshore wind farms. The signals have been there that the state wanted to do this for several years, and a few of these projects are in the early planning stage.
The new administration is taking a positive approach to permitting offshore wind projects. President Biden’s VP, Ms. Harris is a former Senator (etc.) from California, so opening our state’s waters was just a matter of time.
This post will describe the latest news on political and other progress on the West Coast Projects.
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