U.S. Plans Offshore Wind Expansion That Could Supply Entire U.K.By
Energy, Interior Departments see path to 86 gigawatts by 2050
First U.S. offshore wind farm built off Rhode Island coast
The U.S. just completed its first offshore wind farm, with 30 megawatts of capacity off the coast of Rhode Island, and has laid out a plan to reach 86,000 megawatts by 2050, almost enough to power the U.K.
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