December 12, 2012
by Kit Kennedy
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Landmark Offshore Wind Agreement Will Help Speed its Sustainable Development

Kit Kennedy, Counsel, Air and Energy Program, New York
Today marked the announcement of a landmark agreement between the offshore wind industry and environmental community that will help expedite sustainable development of this clean po… Continue reading

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February 2, 2012
by Kit Kennedy
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Offshore Wind One Step Closer to Reality in the Mid-Atlantic

Kit Kennedy, Counsel, Air and Energy Program, New York
Today the Obama administration moved forward with plans to develop the enormous offshore wind energy resources along the Mid-Atlantic coast, using a “Smart for the Start&rdquo… Continue reading

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December 22, 2011
by Doug Sims
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Highly Anticipated Chilean Government Report on Energy Fails to Ask the Big Questions So Mostly gives Small Answers

Doug Sims, Energy Project Finance Specialist, New York
Last May, in the middle of increasing public concern about energy mega-projects, particularly the proposed mega-dam complex called HidroAysén, President Piñera appoint… Continue reading

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December 9, 2010
by Brandi Colander
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Deepwater Wind Submits Plans to DOI for America’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm

Today, Deepwater Wind announced plans to build two offshore wind projects in the US. The first plan proposed is a 5-8 turbine demonstration offshore wind project close to Block Island, as a replacement to a previously announced 100 turbine, 350 MW proj… Continue reading

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September 8, 2010
by Eric Young
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Gulf Coast Disaster – Wednesday, September 8

Day 142Highlights in this issue- BP report points finger at own employees, other firms- Transocean slams BP’s report- Is BP’s $10 million enough to study ill health effects from spill?- Chevron exec urges end to oil moratorium- Feinberg ack… Continue reading

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