April 1 — The waters off the Gulf Coast could be an attractive place to install offshore wind farms. The winds are decent and there’s plenty of space but at the moment, electricity prices in Texas are low, thanks to cheap wind coming from West Texas wind farms, and aren’t high enough to justify the expense of engineering and building off the coast.
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