California Communities Going Green

In 2018, community choice aggregators (CCAs) in the state of California have signed long-term contracts with new renewable energy project…

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New York’s Insightful Offshore Wind Program

The state of New York has set an aggressive, but realistic target of developing 2,400 MW of capacity from offshore…

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US Reviewing Natural Gas Facility Authorization Procedures

On April 19, 2018, the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a Notice of Inquiry (NOI) to examine…

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New York’s Offshore Wind Program

In 2016, electricity in the state of New York was produced by nuclear energy (35%), fossil fuel (34%) and renewable…

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Offshore Wind In New England

Revolution Wind is the name for the 400 MW offshore wind farm, located approximately 15 miles south of the coast…

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Lake Erie Wind Farm

The Lake Erie Energy Development Company (LEEDCo) is in the final permitting stage for a fresh water wind farm in…

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Virginia’s Offshore Wind Plans

In December 2016, the first offshore wind farm began operations off the coast of Rhode Island. Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland,…

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New York Challenges Proposed Waste-to-Energy Plant

Circular enerG has proposed to build a waste-to-energy (WTE) facility in central region of the state of New York. The…

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First Offshore Floating Wind Turbine in America

The University of Maine has built and is now operating the first offshore wind turbine in the United States. Why…

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U.S. Offshore Wind

Vindeby was the first offshore wind farm in the world. Vindeby began operations in Denmark in 1991 with a power…

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