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While there have been significant developments in the U.S. offshore wind sector, the pace of development remains slow. Reaching 30 gigawatts by 2030 will require significant policy and industry efforts, supply chain development, and regional collaboration.
Commentary by Allegra Dawes and Joseph Majkut — January 31, 2023
Commentary by Joseph Majkut — January 17, 2023
Commentary by Joseph Majkut and Jane Nakano — January 12, 2023
Critical Questions by Ben Cahill — January 10, 2023
Commentary by Ben Cahill and Allegra Dawes — December 19, 2022
In the Media
Ben Cahill in The New York Times — January 31, 2023
Ben Cahill in Bloomberg — January 31, 2023
Jane Nakano in Miami Herald — January 30, 2023
Jane Nakano in Roll Call — January 30, 2023
All content by Energy Security and Climate Change Program
Event by Joseph Majkut , Jennifer Granholm , and Jonathan Wilkinson — May 12, 2022
Commentary by Nikos Tsafos — May 12, 2022
Report by Morgan Higman — May 12, 2022
Critical Questions by Ben Cahill — May 10, 2022
Podcast Episode by Morgan Higman — May 9, 2022
Commentary by Nikos Tsafos — May 4, 2022
Report by Ben Cahill — May 2, 2022
Podcast Episode by Joseph Majkut — May 2, 2022
Commentary by John Larsen — April 29, 2022
Event by Joseph Majkut , Sarah Ladislaw , John Larsen , Ben Cahill , Melanie Nakagawa , and Nikos Tsafos — April 26, 2022