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U.S. offshore wind industry set to takeoff

Driven by state-level support and commitments to purchase carbon-free wind energy by east coast utilities, some of the largest proven development companies in the world have begun investing heavily in America’s next big energy play – offshore wind.
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AFRICA'S ENERGY DEMAND GROWTH TWICE

Thanks to natural resource endowments and technology improvements, Africa could pursue a much less carbon-intensive development model than many other parts of the world have. The challenges and opportunities differ widely across a diverse continent.

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