Summary of Article: Last fall, the United States' first offshore wind farm became operational. It includes five turbines off of Block Island in Rhode Island. Recently, the Long Island Power Authority has reached an agreement with Deepwater Wind, the company that built the array in Rhode Island, to build a larger wind farm off the coast of Montauk. The agreed upon wind farm would cost around one billion dollars, and would be capable of powering fifty thousand homes by using only fifteen turbines. However, one issue with this business is that Deepwater Wind would need to lease the land from the federal government. This can be an issue with the changing of power in Washington, more specifically, the new president.