In the United States and worldwide, offshore wind power is fledgling, at best. Despite this the Governors of New York and New Jersey have made it the cornerstone of their states’ future electricity supplies and ambitious carbon reduction goals. This will lead to much higher electricity prices and a degradation in grid reliability. As such, both states should reconsider their emphasis on offshore wind. Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler has written a commentary for RealClearEnergy about this topic here.
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