A new report that suggests strategies for developing offshore wind in the Golden State has highlighted the key role that will be played by floating wind power.
A floating offshore wind industry in California could dramatically increase in-state renewable energy generation and support thousands of new jobs, according to “The California Offshore Wind Project: A Vision for Industry Growth,” a new report from the American Jobs Project in partnership with the Schatz Energy Research Center at Humboldt State University, Pacific Ocean Energy Trust, and BVG Associates.
The offshore wind industry could support almost 18,000 new jobs in California, according to a new report. The sector is projected to grow
Yesterday the prospect of harvesting offshore wind power along the California coast was so much pixie dust. Today it’s a matter of when
With some of the highest offshore wind speeds in the world, a floating offshore wind industry in California could dramatically increase in-state renewable energy generation and support more than 17,500 jobs in 2045.