Will offshore wind someday power the Great Lakes states? A Lake Erie project may soon find out.

If all goes as planned, a renewable energy revolution could begin in a few years with a pilot project rising just eight miles off the Cleveland’s shoreline, above the waves of Lake Erie. The six turbines will transform wind rolling over the lake into electricity, then supply it to a network onshore. Read the full story by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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Hannah Reynolds