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Offshore Renewable Energy: The Path Forward

Brandi Colander and Leila Monroe

The Electricity Journal, 2011, vol. 24, issue 7, 23-34

Abstract: Proponents have espoused the potential for offshore renewable energy generation for many years, but to-date there are still no commercial projects in U.S. waters. Some of the lessons learned from the struggle of offshore renewable energy to gain a foothold involve the siting of renewables as well as navigation of the regulatory framework.

Date: 2011
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