Remember when the bloated orange criminal said that windmills caused cancer? Look what happens when you put an adult in charge…
The Biden administration’s Interior Department has given its final approval for the construction of the first full-scale offshore wind farm in federal waters.
The long-anticipated approval for the Vineyard Wind project brings years of debates and delays to an end, and it provides new regulatory certainty for the nascent U.S. offshore wind industry. In a statement, BOEM director Amanda Lefton pledged to continue to advance new projects in the pipeline with an “efficient and predictable process for industry and stakeholders.”
“Today’s Record of Decision is not about the start of a single project, but the launch of a new industry,” said Vineyard Wind CEO Lars T. Pedersen. “Receiving this final major federal approval means the jobs, economic benefits and clean energy revolution associated with the Vineyard Wind 1 project can finally come to fruition. It’s been a long road to get to this point, but ultimately, we are reaching the end of this process with the strongest possible project.” Read on.