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LIPA sees big increase in offshore wind power by 2030, but headwinds remain

Mark Harrington,
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Long Island will get around half its energy from offshore wind resources by 2030 and customers will begin paying around 2% more per year in their power supply charge as more green-energy makes its way onto the local and state grids by that time, according to a new power-resource analysis by LIPA and PSEG.

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