Salazar to Speed Approvals for Offshore Wind Projects

Thursday, October 07, 2010

According to an Oct. 6 report from Press of Atlantic City, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar promised to speed approvals for offshore wind projects to kick-start the new industry. Salazar was the keynote speaker during the North America Offshore Wind Conference at the Atlantic City Convention Center. After making his remarks to hundreds of industry officials, Salazar signed the nation's first ocean lease for offshore wind, the 130-turbine Cape Wind project off Massachusetts.
 

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