No more noisy, expensive or polluting diesel generators for the almost 2,000 people who live in US island Block Island in the state of Rhode Island.
The island's diesel generators were shut down May 1 and instead the island's energy supply is transitioning to offshore wind from the newly installed offshore wind farm Block Island. This marks a milestone as it is the first time in US history that a community will be solely powered by offshore wind.
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