Willett Kempton

Center for Carbon Free Power Integration, University of Delaware

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Professor of Marine Policy at the University of Delaware and Research Director of its Center for Carbon Free Power Integration

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The Obama Administration has promised a major investment in offshore wind power to reduce dependence on foreign oil and curb global warming.

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