Despite a huge potential, only a vanishingly small part of the United States power supply comes from offshore wind. A new collaboration, which the Minister of energy, supply and climate Lars Chr. Lilleholt has agreed with US Interior Minister Ryan Zinke, might help change.

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As the U.S. renewables industry struggles to understand where it stands with the Trump Administration, a new cooperative agreement between the U.S. and Denmark on offshore wind is a bit of good news.

The collaboration, agreed to between Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Denmark’s Minister of Energy, Supply and Climate, will result in information sharing between the two countries about offshore wind development in the U.S.

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