Slow and steady wins the race?

By Michelle Froese The U.S. offshore wind project development pipeline has grown to a potential generating capacity of 25,824 MW across 13 states, according to a report from the Department of Energy.
If this headline holds true, U.S. offshore wind developers are bound to benefit from their patience and perseverance. After the trial and errors of Cape Wind (remember the proposed wind project off the shores of Cape Cod that hit permitting setbacks?), and the small victory of the five-turbine Block Island Wind Farm, offshore progress in America has been slow…yet steady.
Slow because siting and building in federal waters is a challenging feat. Vineyard

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