Trump's tax plan could strike European wind efforts

Just as the US offshore wind market is taking off, European wind turbine manufacturers and developers face potential challenges from the controversial US president.

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The White House lies 200 km from some of the most promising potential offshore wind zones in the US. However, its current occupant, President Donald Trump, could make life more difficult for those who want to see an offshore wind commercial breakthrough in the US.

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