US offshore wind and onshore wind

US Offshore Wind in Maps: Onshore versus Offshore Wind

Cities are major load centers for electricity consumption. But how does energy generated by offshore wind compare to onshore wind?

Onshore wind is an established energy source in Mid-Western areas in the US, but not so much in coastal regions. This is where offshore wind can play a critical role in meeting renewable energy goals. With a more consistent wind resource and shorter transmission routes, we’ll also see significant cost savings.

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