Sam Jaffe

Renewable Energy Analyst, IDC Energy Insights

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Renewable energy analyst for IDC Energy Insights, a market research and consulting firm

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The Obama Interior Department has approved America's first offshore wind-energy project, in shallow waters six miles from Cape Cod and 10 miles from Martha's Vineyard.

Windmills off the Coast of Cape Cod?

The Obama Interior Department has approved America's first offshore wind-energy project, in shallow waters six miles from Cape Cod and 10 miles from Martha's Vineyard.

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The Obama Interior Department has approved America's first offshore wind-energy project, in shallow waters six miles from Cape Cod and 10 miles from Martha's Vineyard.

Windmills off the Coast of Cape Cod?

The Obama Interior Department has approved America's first offshore wind-energy project, in shallow waters six miles from Cape Cod and 10 miles from Martha's Vineyard.

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