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US Government aims to deploy 30GW of offshore wind by 2030

Power Technology 30 Mar 2021
The US Government has announced a national goal to deploy 30GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030, in an effort to cut 78 million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions ... “This offshore wind goal is proof of our commitment to using American ingenuity and might to invest in our nation, advance our own energy security and combat the climate crisis.
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Biden presents offshore wind reboot plan with 30-GW goal

Renewables Now 30 Mar 2021
... of 30 GW of offshore turbines by 2030 ... “This offshore wind goal is proof of our commitment to using American ingenuity and might to invest in our nation, advance our own energy security, and combat the climate crisis,” said Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm.
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Biden Administration Pledges Multi-Agency Support for Offshore Wind

The Maritime Executive 29 Mar 2021
offshore wind industry, realigning the resources of multiple agencies in order to put a favorable breeze in its sails ... “This offshore wind goal is proof of our commitment to using American ingenuity and might to invest in our nation,” said Secretary of Energy Jennifer M.
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FACT SHEET: Biden Administration Jumpstarts Offshore Wind Energy Projects to Create Jobs

The White House 29 Mar 2021
In particular, the President’s Order committed to expand opportunities for the offshore wind industry ... “This offshore wind goal is proof of our commitment to using American ingenuity and might to invest in our nation, advance our own energy security, and combat the climate crisis,” said Secretary of Energy Jennifer M.
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A bold and comprehensive proposal to act on major crises facing America

The Hill 17 Feb 2021
So, to those folks who might be asking “Can we do this?” I say, “Look, are we America or not? Are we the place of ingenuity and creativity or not? Are we going to let the Chinese master electric vehicles before us? Are we going to let the Dutch or British dominate offshore wind?”.
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