$7.2 Billion in Electricity Savings from Offshore Wind Power Farm Cape Wind, Study Finds

Cape Wind could be the first offshore wind farm in the US, but it has been threatened by rich NIMBYs for over a decade. A new study shows how much the region would be missing if it didn’t move forward with this pioneering offshore wind power project — that would be $7.2 billion in electricity savings. Here’s more from sister site CleanTechnica:

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