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Offshore wind companies agree to invest millions in Maryland

A few weeks ago, the Public Service Commission declared that the two offshore wind companies vying for Offshore wind Renewable Energy Credits could move forward with their plans to construct the nation's first utility-scale offshore wind farms off the coast of Ocean City - provided they met certain

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Maryland leads on offshore wind!

For the past few months, Clean Water Action members have been writing, speaking, and rallying for offshore wind in Maryland. And today, the Public Service Commission surprised advocates and business leaders alike by approving (PDF) both proposals to build offshore wind farms in the Atlantic waters

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Fight for climate justice in DC and fair development in Baltimore.

For over a century, Baltimore has been a hub for dirty energy sources and other industry that has put our environment and our communities in danger. From coal-burning power plants and the BRESCO trash incinerator to crude oil train terminals and the coal export facility in South Baltimore, dirty

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67 Marylanders speak out for offshore wind

As protectors of the environment, we seem to spend most of our time fighting against dangerous proposals. From trash-burning incinerators to crude oil train terminals, the resources at Baltimore's port seem to attract some of the worst examples of failed development. But last night was an incredible