By Timothy Hurst on February 3, 2012
Some of the most promising areas for offshore wind energy development in the United States moved closer to seeing the installation of wind turbines on Thursday.
By Allison Leahy on May 25, 2011
New rule approved by Obama administration could speed up offshore wind projects by up to a year.
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By Timothy Hurst on February 8, 2011
Administration announces plan for fast-tracking offshore wind energy projects, releases $50 million for R&D.
By Zachary Shahan on January 18, 2011
With approximately two years under Obama’s belt, what has his administration done to help the environment? Here’s a look at 7 big moves.
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By Timothy Hurst on October 6, 2010
It’s officially official. After eight years of scoping, studying, permitting, legislating and legal wrangling, the United States today cemented its first-ever lease for an offshore wind farm on the Outer Continental Shelf.