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New York to ramp up offshore wind

The state has announced an investment of USD 500m for the development of ports, production and infrastructure necessary to position New York as a hub for offshore wind.

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The state of New York will bank on local offshore wind turbines to generate electricity going forward.

The state has announced an investment of USD 500m (EUR 442.5m) for the development of ports, production and the infrastructure necessary to position New York as hub for the budding offshore wind turbine industry, which is generally experiencing rapid growth in the US.

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