Maryland retains wind optimism despite Trump victory

Despite a Donald Trump in the White House, a huge price fall on offshore wind prices will secure a breakthrough for the technology in the US, says a senior official from Maryland.

Will a wind skeptic President Trump thwart the rise of wind power in the US? And will the budding offshore wind turbine be nipped in the bud, when Trump moves into the White House on Jan. 20? This is a question which has had investors in Vestas and Dong worried as soon as it emerged that Donald Trump won the US Election.

However investor concerns can easily be shot down. This is according to a senior official in the most wind ambitious state in the US, Maryland.

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