Paris Agreement or not, the US offshore wind industry will propel the nation down the road to a green recovery and a renewable energy future.
US President hates on wind turbines but US taxpayers helped kickstart the global floating offshore wind turbine trend -- what gives?
There is continuing coverage across the UK’s media of the announcement yesterday by prime minister Boris Johnson that the government will provide £160m funding for the nation’s wind power ...
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The wildfires devastating California are a sign that we need to confront climate change and embrace clean energy. Midterms show US voters are ready.
Through its expertise and one-of-a-kind assets, NREL research has become a guiding force, advancing wind technologies from initial concepts to deployment in the following areas: Land-Based ...
The oil and gas industry has taken a hit from oversupply and the coronavirus, underscoring the need to diversify its offerings. Offshore wind could be an ideal match.
The National Offshore Wind Research and Development Consortium (Consortium) today announced it has selected the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) ...
A bill that passed the North Carolina Senate earlier this month would bar wind projects from being developed along the coast for three years.
U.S. families and businesses will reap the rewards of energy solutions that combine renewable power and storage.
NREL wins grant to help commercialise deep water wind farms with new cost-cutting mooring lay-outs
A new research initiative in New York could help make the cost dynamics for corporate buyers more attractive.
Ørsted's new grid-scale battery will give it practice in how to operate energy storage in the markets.
The U.S. only has one working offshore wind energy farm, off the coast of Rhode Island, but cost declines, government support and a new giant wind turbine from GE are among reasons offshore ...
A new Monmouth University Poll found broad support among New Jersey residents for developing offshore wind power, with 76% of respondents in favor.
The UN climate conference COP24 in Katowice reminds us of the imperative of a just energy transition on our pathway towards a climate-safe future.