- Jul 18, 2022 2:22 pm GMT
Stronger building blocks need to be in place for the US to reach its goal of increasing wind generation, according to the Labor Energy Partnership (LEP). The supply chain needs to be strengthened. Floating offshore wind solutions, a necessity for development on the West Coast and a critical element to reach the goal of 110 GW by 2050, is one area where work is needed. To address the problems, the US must couple an action plan that enhances market visibility through the permitting process with a national industrialization strategy that targets financial support for manufacturing, transmission, and port upgrades.
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