Fall, 2021 Offshore Wind Update
- Oct 19, 2021 3:18 pm GMT
Summary: I’ve seen evidence that the projects covered in similar earlier posts are making progress. I’ve also found an excellent DOE Source on Offshore Wind, linked below, and this will provide much of the content in this post.
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