While each state wants to be the hub offshore wind, experts say there should be plenty of opportunity for both to succeed.
One of America’s leading carbon cutters faces a series of hurdles that threaten to undermine its ability to slash emissions further.
The hearing before Ohio regulators revealed little drama as the state and developer declined cross-examination
Offshore wind could help hold down costs for ratepayers as the state pursues its emissions goals, according to a new study commissioned by a company that hopes to build wind turbines off the coast.
Any potential disruptions would be small compared to other hazards, including the threat of climate change, experts said.