Gulf of Mexico is the place for offshore turbines

With the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, which contains $370 billion for climate and energy programs, policy experts are forecasting a big expansion in clean electricity generation. One source that’s poised for growth is offshore wind power. Today, the U.S. has two operating offshore wind farms, off Rhode Island and North Carolina, with a…

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