Denmark’s export credit agency comes through with $600 million in funding for Cape Wind, which is aiming to become the first big U.S. offshore wind farm.
Cape Wind and Siemens finalize a deal for 130, 3.6-megawatt wind turbines, and Siemens says a $100 million equity stake in the project is likely.
Work reportedly has begun on Cape Wind, potentially qualifying the offshore wind project for a big tax credit, but its fate remains somewhat uncertain.
Massachusetts breaks ground on the New Bedford terminal project, hoping it will be a prime staging area for East Coast offshore wind development.
State regulators approve another power deal for electricity from Cape Wind, and project backers say it will help them secure financing to build the offshore wind farm.
The Natural Resources Defense Council talks about some issues currently cropping up around the the Cape Wind offshore wind power project in Nantucket Sound.
After a federal court told it to look more closely at the risks of a big offshore wind project on Nantucket Sound, the FAA says Cape Wind poses no hazard.
Offshore Wind Wire interviews Daniel Coffin, producer of Cape Spin! An American Power Struggle, about his documentary on the Cape Wind offshore wind power project.
EcoWatch talks about the documentary Cape Spin, which portrays the two sides in the fight over the approved plan for this country’s first offshore wind farm.
Offshore Wind Wire’s Peter Brennan sees a possible silver lining if the production tax credit expires: a sturdier foundation on which to build the industry.