Both the policymakers and the population support the project says Doreen Harris, Director for Large Scale Renewables, NYSERDA.
New York Welcomes Danish Offshore Wind Expertise
Advancing Public-Private Dialogue in Offshore Wind
The potential for offshore wind power along the windy shores of Northeastern USA is immense, and the US Department of Energy estimates billions of dollars of investment in offshore wind before 2050. Situated centrally in the heart of this region, New York State emerges as a regional powerhouse of clean energy, with political determination and ambitious climate policies. Read the insights from the eventful afternoon here.
New York State Doubles Down on Commitment to Develop Clean Energy Jobs and Growth
Minister Lars Chr. Lilleholt on Export Promotion Tour in the US
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New York Energy Week: Danish Cleantech Hub Teams up with the Danish Energy Agency
Read the article by Jakob mose Olesen.
Modern Cities Are Healthy Cities – Nice and Clean to Live In
To act locally and have an impact globally is not just a saying. Cities are growing at an unprecedented rate and by 2050 more than 6 billion people will live and work in urban areas. This demands political commitment and thoughtful planning as never before.
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Individual States Hold Great Sway in Environmental Progress
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Danish Cleantech Hub Takes Over New York Energy Week
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New York State Approves Largest Offshore Wind Project in the US
New York State made clean energy history on January 25, when the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) approved a contract for the nation’s largest offshore wind project to be, located in the waters off Eastern Long Island.