At UN climate talks, the global community is looking at tripling the amount of renewables coming online. In the U.S., that’s meant a push into offshore wind — but it’s been met with fits and starts.
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The U.S. wind industry made history today. Officials announced that an 800-foot-tall wind turbine off the coast of New York is now sending electricity to the grid, making it the first commercial-scale offshore wind project to power U.S. homes. The Biden administration is banking big on wind energy, with the goal of powering millions of homes by 2030. But so far,
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