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Opinion: Ohio economy could benefit from renewable energy growth

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AWEA's Hensley: Wind is a major economic driver in Iowa | Opinion: Trump, Pence underestimate economic value of clean energy jobs | Block Island to begin operations this week
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December 5, 2016
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AWEA's Hensley: Wind is a major economic driver in Iowa
Wind generated more than 35% of Iowa's electricity between September 2015 and August 2016 and continues to buoy the state's economy, writes American Wind Energy Association Manager of Industry Data and Analysis John Hensley. "The truth is, wind power creates good jobs, saves money and brings new financial resources to communities across Iowa," he writes.
Iowa Farmer Today (12/3) 
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Opinion: Trump, Pence underestimate economic value of clean energy jobs
President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence don't understand the importance of clean energy jobs to the nation's economy, argues Jim Marston, Environmental Defense Fund vice president of clean energy and Texas regional office director. "Across the country, in red states and blue, Americans want the next generation of job growth to come from technologies and industries that create local jobs and keep our communities clean and healthy," he writes.
Forbes (12/2) 
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Block Island to begin operations this week
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Deepwater Wind's Block Island offshore wind farm off the coast of Rhode Island will likely begin generating power this week, according to the company. Deepwater said that it is in the final stages of getting the 30-megawatt project up and running.
Reuters (12/2) 
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Gamesa to supply Chilean project with 55 turbines
Gamesa has agreed to supply EDF Energies Nouvelles and Ibereolica with 55 G114-2.1-megawatt turbines for their Cabo Leones 1 project in Chile, said the company. Gamesa said that the deal also includes a 20-year service and maintenance contract.
ReNews.biz (U.K.) (12/2) 
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ScottishPower prepares to build 714-MW UK offshore wind farm
ScottishPower Renewables will begin pre-construction on its planned 714-megawatt East Anglia One offshore wind farm off the coast of England next month, according to the company. It added that the project, which will feature 102 7-MW turbines from Siemens, is expected to begin operations in 2020.
SeeNews Renewables (12/5) 
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Analysis: Weakening Ohio's RPS would hinder jobs, economy
A bill that would make Ohio's Renewable Portfolio Standard voluntary until 2020 could cost the state valuable jobs and investment opportunities, while also discouraging competition, according to this analysis. "As a state, we can embrace a cleaner energy source and help communities and businesses create jobs to build a sustainable energy future," said Green Energy Ohio Executive Director Bill Spratley.
Midwest Energy News (12/2) 
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Opinion: Ohio economy could benefit from renewable energy growth
Renewables like wind and solar could be a boon to Ohio's economy, providing rural farmers and landowners with a much-needed source of revenue, writes Jerry Zielke, director of Paulding County Economic Development. Zielke argues that the state's decision to freeze its Renewable Portfolio Standard has deterred wind development and that state lawmakers should vote against extending the freeze.
The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) (tiered subscription model) (12/3) 
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Policy Watch
BOEM prepares for Dec. 15 offshore wind auction in N.Y.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is preparing to hold an offshore wind leasing round in New York, in which it will auction off the right to develop almost 80,000 acres of offshore space. The agency is expected to hold another offshore wind leasing round in North Carolina this spring.
The Maritime Executive online (12/2) 
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Mass. agency issues RFQ for aid to help plan offshore wind auction
The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources has filed a request for quote for an independent consultant to help it plan and prepare for its upcoming offshore wind leasing round, according to the agency. The state is mandated to contract 1.6 gigawatts of installed offshore wind capacity by 2027.
ReNews.biz (U.K.) (12/2) 
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Here's one thing all Americans agree on
After nine months of new data all pointing to the same conclusion, it's now simply a fact: no matter where they live or who they voted for, most Americans want more of their electricity to come from wind power. The latest proof of wind energy's bipartisan support came when Republican polling firm Public Opinion Strategies released new survey results. Read more.
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