Offshore Wind, Not Gas, Set for Surge in US Northeast

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Natural gas, now the leading fuel in the Northeast power sector, could see that dominance threatened over the next decade as rapid advances in offshore wind technology combine with state climate goals aimed at marginalizing gas-fired capacity.

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