Kitty Hawk Wind Energy Area Puts Clean Energy in Outer Banks Future

There is energy production in the Outer Banks future. Clean energy, actually. Not oil, but a known resource just waiting to be exploited. It’s wind energy. Twenty-seven miles off the coast of the northern Outer Banks there is an area called the Kitty Hawk Wind Energy Area (WEA).  Looking at it on a map, it … Continue reading Kitty Hawk Wind Energy Area Puts Clean Energy in Outer Banks Future

Energy Forum at Jennette’s Pier

Coastal North Carolina is at the center of an energy goldmine. Listening to a panel of experts at a Outer Bank Chamber of Commerce luncheon today—Thursday—that message came amidst all the talk of renewable and alternative energies. Jim Bennet, Chief of the Office of Renewable Energy Programs, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), was on … Continue reading Energy Forum at Jennette’s Pier