Dominion Energy: "Now it's our time"

The US offshore wind industry will need both increased public favor and more European experience in order to accelerate in earnest, says Joshua Bennett, vice president at Dominion Energy, which is heading a 2.6GW project in Virginia.

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Just as it has taken hard work to really get the European offshore wind industry going, the same will be required to get the US ditto up to a similar level.

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