Slow Progress For Massachusetts Offshore Wind Project

The current population of the state of Massachusetts is estimated to be 6.93 million. In January 2019, state utilities used…

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Poland Moving From Black Coal To Offshore Wind

The Commonwealth of Poland (Poland) currently has a population of approximately 38.08 million people. The power plants use fossil fuels…

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California’s Slow Move Toward Offshore Wind Farms

Winds offshore are typically stronger and more consistent than wind onshore. Stronger winds generate more power on a wind turbine.…

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New York Offshore Wind Update

The state of New York has announced the tender process to acquire approximately 800 MW capacity from offshore wind projects…

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Triton Knoll Wind Project Update

Innogy SE, operator of the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm in the United Kingdom has announced that the financing of…

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U.S. Wind Power’s Future

A report from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory documents the rapid growth of wind industry in the United States over…

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Ørsted Purchases Lincoln Clean Energy

Ørsted Energy has announced it has reached an agreement to purchase renewable energy company, Lincoln Clean Energy LLC for US…

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US Offshore Wind Farm’s Winning Ways

The first offshore wind farm in the United States began operations in December 2016 off the coast of Rhode Island.…

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Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm

Construction has begun on the 860 MW capacity, Triton Knoll Wind Farm. The wind farm is located approximately 20 miles…

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Virginia’s Offshore Wind Project

Dominion Energy Inc. has contracted Ørsted Energy to build the wind turbines for the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) project.…

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