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.
Northeastern states are engaged in a game of renewable one-upmanship. The question is whether all this new wind power will actually be built.
The agreement includes installing state-of-the-art collision detection equipment, including cameras, to document wildlife impacts.