China Three Years Late on Installing Offshore Wind Farms

China Three Years Late on Installing Offshore Wind Farms

 China is three years behind schedule on a plan that would make it the world’s biggest market for offshore wind, a setback for the $15 billion industry that’s seeking to produce affordable electricity from the one of nature’s most reliable energy sources.

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