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Renewable energy developer ScottishRenewables has announced the commencement date for pre-construction works for the 714 MW East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm it is developing off the east coast of England.


The UK Government has given the go ahead for a planned 900 MW offshore wind farm set to be located off the coast of Lincolnshire, in the east of England. The Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm is set to be Read more…


Last week Deepwater Wind announced that it has applied to federal authorities to build what it what is supposed to be the largest offshore wind farm in the U.S. The application was made in late October to the Bureau of Read more…


The South Korean government will help fund construction of a massive offshore wind farm that proponents say would generate about 2,500 megawatts of electricity and give the Asian nation a foothold in the emerging renewable energy industry. The 9.2 tril…


In recent years, China has taken some rather impressive strides in the development of their renewable energy systems. For a nation that has long been criticized for their extraordinarily high levels of industrial pollution, outdated power systems, and a reluctance Read more…


Cape Wind signs 28-year offshore wind energy lease. It’s officially official. After eight years of scoping, studying, permitting, legislating and legal wrangling, the United States today cemented its first-ever lease for an offshore wind farm on the Outer Continental Shelf.


The Scottish first minister said his country wants to be completely powered with renewable energy by 2025. Alex Salmond was speaking ahead of a renewable energy conference. He said he would like his country to become a net exporter of Read more…


New Jersey passes law to encourage the development of 1,100 megawatts of new offshore wind energy capacity. As the proposed Cape Wind offshore wind farm in Massachusetts fends off some last ditch legal challenges to become the first offshore wind Read more…


Nine years into a regulatory battle that has been fought in virtually every legal , political and bureaucratic venue imaginable, Secretary of State Ken Salazar said today that the stakeholders must come to a compromise by March 1 or he Read more…

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