102 Utility-scale wind capacity includes installations of wind turbines larger than 100-kW for the purpose of the AWEA U.S. Wind Industry Quarterly Market Reports. Annual capacity additions and cumulative capacity may not always add up due to decommissioned, uprated and repowered wind turbines. Wind capacity data for each year is continuously updated as information changes.
103 Nikolewski, R. Offshore wind still looks to get a foothold in California. The San Diego Union-Tribune. December 5, 2019. Accessed May 11, 2020. Retrieved from https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/business/energy-green/story/2019-12-05/offshore-wind-still-looks-to-get-a-foothold-in-california
104 Using the RESOLVE model, a recent study by Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc. (2019) also found offshore wind to have the potential to be a valuable and significant resource for meeting the state’s long-term climate goals. The study can be retrieved from https://www.eenews.net/assets/2019/08/19/document_pm_01.pdf
105 Office of Governor Gavin Newsom. California Announces Historic Agreement with Federal Partners to Advance Offshore Wind Development. May 25, 2021. Retrieved from: https://www.gov.ca.gov/2021/05/25/california-announces-historic-agreement-with-federal-partners-to-advance-offshore-wind-development/
106 California’s Offshore Wind Bill Signed Into Law. Adrijana Buljan. Retrieved from: https://www.offshorewind.biz/2021/09/24/californias-offshore-wind-bill-signed-into-law/