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NRG Suspends Offshore Development

NRG Energy, blaming  a lack of federal subsidies and regulatory uncertainty, has stopped development work supporting its offshore wind projects, including a 200-megawatt initiative in Delaware.

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The Week In Green Energy: Google Goes Offshore

This week Google dipped its toes in the largely underdeveloped but extremely promising U.S. offshore and, in doing so, further clarified its ambitious renewable energy strategy. The Mountain View, Calif., search engine giant announced that it would partner with Swiss private equity fund Good Energies and Japanese industrial group Marubeni Corp. to support initial development…

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The Alternative Agenda: Tony Hayward’s Out and What to Expect This Week in Green Energy [UPDATE]

Tony Hayward is out at BP. Bob Dudley is in. Obama is blamed for the climate bill’s failure. UK offshore wind needs access to billions in financing.

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The Week In Green Energy: Offshore In the USA�

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, making the announcement in Boston, conceded that his decision would not please everyone on nearby Cape Cod, where residents will have the best view of the 130 Siemens offshore wind turbines to be deployed across the Nantucket Sound.

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Salazar Approves Landmark Offshore Wind Project [Update]

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has awarded Boston-based developer Cape Wind a crucial federal permit supporting the development of a landmark, 420 megawatts offshore wind farm off Cape Cod.

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