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Offshore Wind--DOD

Wind contracts in giant renewables budget and swaths of coastline to develop


Casey 14 (Tina, career public information specialist and former Deputy Director of Public Affairs of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, June 1 2014, "2 Big Hints That US Offshore Wind Power Will Dominate", http://cleantechnica.com/2014/06/01/us-offshore-wind-power-will-dominate/)

The Department of Defense, for one, has a massive amount of land at its disposal for potential wind power development, but until recently concerns over radar interference have stymied all but a few modest projects, for example at a Coast Guard station on Cape Cod and at Fort Huachuca in Arizona. That’s set to change in a big way as new technology for distinguishing wind turbines from aircraft makes its way into the market. As just one indicator of the wave to come, the US Army has included wind contracts in its massive $7 billion renewable energy buy.




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