States along the U.S. East Coast have ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions--and offshore wind is a key part of their plans to do so. A rapidly spreading set of groups is advancing claims about wind which are highly misleading and unsupported by scientific evidence. The CDL has developed three studies in this area. One considers the discourses of a local Rhode Island group. A second maps the relationships between what appear to be local groups with right-wing think tanks and fossil fuel funders, through networks. The third examines all mentions of offshore and wind in the first six months of the 118th Congress. All provide key insights into the opposition to a key part of our renewable future for policymakers, journalists, and civil society groups.