Posts Tagged ‘Waters’

Wind-energy company eyes waters off Morro Bay for floating turbines

In a generation or two, offshore wind farms could be as common along the California coast as offshore oil rigs are today. And Morro Bay could be the community where the offshore wind industry gets its start in the Golden State. View full post on Wind Power News

Offshore Wind Power May Finally Blow into U.S. Waters

More than 2,300 wind turbines operate off the coasts of 11 countries in Europe, especially in the North and Irish seas, but not a single offshore wind turbine exists in the U.S. today. Sandy beaches, water parks and T-shirt shops draw millions of tourists to Myrtle Beach, S.C., each summer, but officials there think they […]

Renewable energy: Wind power tests the waters

In Maine, scientists are testing the only offshore wind turbine in the United States, with a view to building major wind farms in the future. The town of Castine, Maine, feels like a place bypassed by time. View full post on Wind Power News

Natural Resources Police: Protecting and Preserving the Waters We Love

Here is the latest entry on the blog of Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley. The entire blog can be found here . View full post on Wind Power News