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Erin Baker, 2017 PEP Fellow, and Matthew Lackner, 2018 PEP Fellow, write about the future of offshore wind turbines in the U.S. following the Biden administration’s announced goal to accelerate the review process and provide more funding for projects

Erin Baker, 2017 PEP Fellow, and Matthew Lackner, 2018 PEP Fellow, write about the future of offshore wind turbines in the U.S. following the Biden administration’s announced goal to accelerate the review process and provide more funding for projects. They write, “Every year of delay for a large-scale wind farm costs the U.S. hundreds of millions of dollars in climate benefits.” Baker and Lackner lead the Wind Energy Center at UMass Amherst. Read more at The Conversation.

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