January 13, 2012

Congress Has the Keys to Offshore Wind Progress

Richard Caperton, Center for American Progress


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More than a decade ago, Denmark built the world’s first offshore wind farm near Copenhagen. Since then offshore wind has been added to the energy portfolio of nine other countries in Europe and Asia. . .

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TAGGED: Congress, Global Energy Consumption, Offshore Wind Energy, Wind Energy, Renewable Energy Initiatives, Renewable Energy, Center For American Progress, Energy Subsidies

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