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  • ORIGINAL REPORTING: Securitization fever: Renewables advocates seize a Wall Street way to end coal

    Thursday, July 18, 2019

    New York Needs Ocean Wind

    Twisting in the wind: The state must rise to the challenge of becoming a wind-power leader

    Roland Lewis, July 15, 2019 (New York Daily News)

    “…[New York’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) is] a groundbreaking law that will drastically lower the state’s carbon footprint while boosting our economy…[But there is a] race to become the central port of the East Coast for the multi-billion-dollar offshore wind industry. The winner gets thousands of permanent, good-paying jobs…[CLCPA calls for] nine gigawatts of energy through offshore wind by 2035…[The world’s largest wind farm companies, mostly European, are] looking to get involved…Gov. Cuomo has allocated $200 million to upgrade infrastructure in the Port of New York to accommodate this rapidly expanding maritime-based energy industry…[but] the funds are still waiting to be spent…[Meanwhile, up and down the East Coast, state governments are] making their moves…

    Massachusetts has funded the construction of the country’s first purpose-built terminal for offshore wind projects in the Port of New Bedford, and Vineyard Wind has snapped it up for $6 million per year in rent…[Vineyard Wind’s project will create 3,600 local, full-time jobs…Connecticut announced $93 million in revitalization plans for the Port of New London to embrace the offshore wind industry. New Hampshire is forming an offshore wind task force…[Off Rhode Island, Deepwater Wind brought the country’s first offshore wind farm online] in 2016…[and] New Jersey just awarded the biggest offshore wind energy contract in the country so far, to Ørsted for 1,100 MW…According to the U.S. Department of Energy, there could be 43,000 offshore wind jobs on the East Coast by 2030…” click here for more

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