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Scaling Up US Offshore Wind

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Senior Project Director New Energy Update by Reuters Events

Providing business intelligence to the energy sector including wind, solar, oil & gas and renewable waste. 9 years experience in project managing industry research and large-scale...

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Scaling up offshore wind is no easy task in the US. Differences from state to state are potentially as great as they are between countries in Europe. That said, lawmakers increasingly see offshore wind not only as a source of cost-effective energy but also as a driver of job creation. Against this backdrop, several US states are now making moves to encourage the development of offshore wind projects. This free whitepaper surveys the most significant examples, including New York, Massachusetts, California, New Jersey, Virginia and Maryland.

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