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TotalEnergies Mulls U.S. Wind Energy Push to Widen Green Foray

The GE-Alstom Block Island Wind Farm stands in the water off Block Island, Rhode Island.

The GE-Alstom Block Island Wind Farm stands in the water off Block Island, Rhode Island.

Photographer: Eric Thayer/Bloomberg

TotalEnergies SE said it is considering expanding into U.S. onshore wind as it seeks to diversify its clean-energy offerings after this week agreeing to buy a solar firm in the country. 

Energy companies are pushing ahead with renewables projects by adopting an array of technologies to meet rising demand. They are betting that calls for green energy will only grow as climate change concerns take hold, even though current supply chain constraints and rising metals costs have driven up prices of solar panels and wind turbines.