Biden’s management approved the first major marine farm in the US
Biden’s management is actively fulfilling its promises of a strengthening coastal capacity in the US. The minister has it approved Vineyard Wind’s work, the first “major” on a US coastal farm. The 84-meter generator will be 12 nautical miles from Martha’s Vineyard and produce 800 megawatts, or capacity of 400,000 homes and office buildings.
Supervisors said the project will create 3,600 jobs. It should help achieve its goal of producing 30 gigawatts of coastal power by 2030, although the government has not said it expects Vineyard Wind to have internet access. Massachusetts has already illuminated the project.
The Department of the Interior is also in the process of reviewing the ecosystems of two other coastal wind farms.
This is not the largest wind farm. Although much larger than other major projects, such as the 714MW East Anglia One, the Hornsea Project One is capable of only 1.2GW of power. I am still an important part of American power, however, helping to diversify renewable energy in the world solar fields and wind turbines are rare.
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