Offshore wind has the potential to play an important and unique role in the US renewable energy supply. Whether it is off of the Atlantic, Pacific or Gulf Coasts or in the Great Lakes, a significant wind resource may, unlike many upland projects, be proximate to many significant load centers. The May/June edition of North
Electricity production from renewable sources, such as wind, solar or biomass, offers an opportunity not just to reduce dependence on domestic or imported fossil fuels, but can also be a driver for creating new manufacturing opportunities for small businesses in the renewable energy supply chain.
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