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Severl wind turbines stemming from the water stand tall against a bright blue sky.

Bringing Offshore Wind to Onshore Communities

The Biden Administration is working to meet its ambitious goal of transforming how we generate and deliver electricity – a national target of 30 gigawatts of offshore wind energy by … Read more

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Optimizing the Energy Grid

Updating and expanding our nation’s energy grid will help clean up the air we breathe, cut electricity bills, and ensure the lights stay on during extreme weather. It is also essential … Read more

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The Urgency of Effective Interregional Transmission Planning

The role of electricity transmission is crucial to our everyday lives. As we face the reality of climate change, ensuring that our power grid is efficient, effective, and resilient is … Read more

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New Agency Decision Could Mean More Reliable Clean Energy, Sooner

As developers around the country race to take advantage of federal dollars to speed up wind and solar development to meet the U.S.’s climate goals, our electric grid struggles to … Read more

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The 5 Pillars of Responsible & Just Clean Energy Transmission

Electricity allows our communities to function; clean electricity allows our communities to thrive. Shifting the electric grid to clean forms like wind and solar will require a massive buildout of … Read more

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Our Offshore Energy Future Will Be Defined by This One Choice

Offshore wind development is well underway in the United States. The Biden Administration established a national target of generating 30 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind by 2030—enough to power 22,500,000 … Read more

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Power Lines and Clean Energy: Our Opportunity to Learn from the Past

In the late 1800’s, a rivalry between two men defined the shape of the United States’ power grid.  Thomas Edison invented the Direct Current (DC), and Nikola Tesla invented Alternating … Read more