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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Further appetite for offshore wind from US

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Matt Chester on Aug 12, 2020

She said that in the Carolinas there had been a moratorium on wind energy until the end of 2019.

“So, it hasn't had as much visibility as I think it will coming through this IRP and the clean energy process,” Good added.

“It represents a future investment opportunity and we'll know more as this policy gets finalised and as we make further progress on the fleet transition,” she said.

Duke's got a lot of political pull-- I'm assuming they were key in getting that moratorium lifted. Exciting to see a bit of a 'wind' race-- off the shores of NY might have a planning head start, but the Carolinas have a lot of good resources too

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Charley Rattan on Aug 12, 2020

Thanks Matt for the intel. Sounds like dicussions have been going on bbehind the scenes.

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