Offshore wind power Stories March 8

Today in EGEB, a study finds climate change won’t destroy a renewable-based European electric grid. The UK makes a big deal for offshore wind expansion. SunPower releases 400-plus-watt residential solar panels. And National Grid announces its acquisition of wind and solar developer Geronimo Energy.

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Offshore wind power Stories February 26

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Today in EGEB, U.S. senators seek a ban on Huawei solar generators. A massive solar project breaks ground in Australia. And a Massachusetts state law threatens to stall the state’s progress in offshore wind.

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Offshore wind power Stories February 21

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Today in EGEB, a new report considers the potential of California offshore wind. A climate change denier looks to head up a White House panel assessing climate risk. New Virginia legislation opens up some solar possibilities in the state. And Spanish wind installations are on the rise again.

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Offshore wind power Stories February 14

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Today in EGEB, Connecticut lawmakers eye legislation for increasing offshore wind energy. AEP acquires wind and battery assets from Sempra Renewables. A poll of conservative voters in Ohio shows support for clean energy policies.

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Offshore wind power Stories February 13

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Today in EGEB, Wisconsin joins the U.S. Climate Alliance. An offshore wind council is formed in New England. And Los Angeles scraps a plan to rebuild three natural gas plants.

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Offshore wind power Stories February 12

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Today in EGEB, the Hornsea One offshore wind farm that will eventually become the world’s largest is ready to start supplying power. An Australian court rejects a coal mine based on climate concerns. An energy company and solar installer team up to promote thin-film panels for use on petroleum tanks. And an Illinois representative introduces legislation for carbon-free electricity in the state.

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Offshore wind power Stories February 11

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Today in EGEB, New England energy company Eversource buys into offshore wind. Wind turbine technician an in-demand job in Texas. Georgetown University solar farm draws criticism.

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Offshore wind power Stories February 6

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Today in EGEB, Connecticut solar policy is in the crosshairs, in more ways than one. The Department of Energy offers funding for a floating wind turbine project.

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Offshore wind power Stories May 25, 2018

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Today on EGEB, the U.S. East coast is about to become an offshore wind powerhouse with two projects totaling 1200 MW on the way. Canadian Solar is reeling under Trump administration’s protectionist policy. A new report by the consulting company ICF Inc underlines that now is the best time tax-wise to upgrade existing wind turbines.

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Offshore wind power Stories May 22, 2018

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Today on EGEB, U.S. oceans are about to get a little more crowded by wind turbines. China and India are the main players behind the massive expansion of solar power production. Scientists publish a new study that rebukes a previous one that claimed that powering a country only with renewable energy is impossible.

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