This article comes from the blog at US Wind The proposal to build offshore wind projects in Maryland, approved by the state’s Public Service Commission (PSC) has been lauded and cheered by environmentalists, organized labor, Maryland manufacturers, and voters from the swing legislative districts of Baltimore County and Eastern Shore that favor renewable energy in…
Maryland-based US Wind, Inc. has received its final air emissions permit from the Maryland Department of the Environment to install a meteorological tower in the Maryland Wind Energy Area.
US Wind, Inc. announced a partnership with JDR Cable Systems Ltd to supply vital underwater power cables to its planned 750 Megawatt wind project off the coast of Maryland.
On January 9 2017, US Wind organized the 3rdmeeting within its offshore wind information series in Salisbury, Maryland.
US Wind officials say they want to make Maryland the epicenter of the emerging offshore wind industry.
TPA facility to service the manufacturing needs of its Maryland and New Jersey sites, which would combine for more than 2,200 MW of renewable energy generation.