A Major Wind Energy Boom Is Coming To The U.S.

| February 27, 2017

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Until recently the only tapped version came from on-land sources, but that ship has sailed with the determination of Deepwater Wind CEO Jeff Grybowski. Not only has he successfully developed the first offshore wind farm in the States – a 5-turbine project off Rhode Island which should power 17,000 homes, but he’s also recently celebrated the approval of its very big brother.

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