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America has an almost unlimited resource of wind blowing off our coasts and across our lands, and we can use it to power more of our lives.

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Winds of change

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Winds of change

How American wind energy surpassed coal and nuclear for the first time in history

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Statement: Biden-Harris administration advances offshore wind leasing on Atlantic, Pacific coasts

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Statement: Biden-Harris administration advances offshore wind leasing on Atlantic, Pacific coasts

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Interior Department’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) published Wednesday two separate Calls for Information and Nominations for suitable areas for possible offshore wind leases off the coast of Oregon and in the Central Atlantic.

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New Report: Wind Energy can Cut Carbon Pollution by More Than 3.6 Million Cars

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New Report: Wind Energy can Cut Carbon Pollution by More Than 3.6 Million Cars

Wind power is on track to cut as much carbon pollution in Pennsylvania as 4 coal-fired power plants, or 3,689,000 cars produce in a year by 2030, according to a new analysis by the PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center.   If wind continues to grow at its current rate nationally, it will be able to supply 30% of our nation’s electricity needs by 2030. 

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