New York welcomes Danish wind expertise: "There is quite a movement over here"

The state of New York is looking toward Denmark in its efforts to become an offshore wind hub in the western part of the Atlantic Ocean. There is broad support for the project both politically and among the population, says Doreen Harris, director of NYSERDA.

Doreen Harris, Director, NYSERDA. | Photo: Jakob Mose Olesen, Danish Cleantech Hub


If the US state of New York is to achieve its ambition to get 2.4 GW of offshore wind before 2030, then it really needs to kick into gear.

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