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U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, center, speaks with workers, and Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee, left, Thursday Dec. 2, 2021, while visiting an under construction fabrication and assembly facility for offshore wind turbines at the Port of Providence, in Providence, R.I. The building is scheduled to be finished this spring to support two offshore wind projects, Revolution Wind and South Fork Wind. (AP Photo/Jennifer McDermott)

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U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, right, speaks with Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee, Thursday Dec. 2, 2021, while visiting an under construction fabrication and assembly facility for offshore wind turbines at the Port of Providence, in Providence, R.I. The building is scheduled to be finished this spring to support two offshore wind projects, Revolution Wind and South Fork Wind. (AP Photo/Jennifer McDermott)

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U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, left, speaks with workers, and Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee., right, Thursday Dec. 2, 2021, while visiting an under construction fabrication and assembly facility for offshore wind turbines at the Port of Providence, in Providence, R.I. The building is scheduled to be finished this spring to support two offshore wind projects, Revolution Wind and South Fork Wind. (AP Photo/Jennifer McDermott)

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This photo shows a tunnel inside the Red Hill Underground Fuel Storage Facility in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on Jan. 26, 2018. The state of Hawaii says a laboratory has detected petroleum product in a water sample from an elementary school near Pearl Harbor. The news comes amid heightened concerns that fuel from the massive Navy storage facility may contaminate Oahu's water supply. (U.S. Navy via AP)

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This 2021 photo provided by Cheri Burness shows Burness and her family, including dog Lilikoi, in a car in Honolulu. Hundreds of military families living near Pearl Harbor have complained of stomach pain, nausea and other health ailments amid concerns the Navy's water system may have been contaminated by a fuel leak.(Cheri Burness via AP)

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This provided by Cheri Burness shows Miranda Burness and the family dog Lilikoi in car in Honolulu on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021. Hundreds of military families living near Pearl Harbor have complained of stomach pain, nausea and other health ailments amid concerns the Navy's water system may have been contaminated by a fuel leak.(Cheri Burness via AP)

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This 2021 photo provided by Cheri Burness shows Burness and her family, including dog Lilikoi, in car in Honolulu. Hundreds of military families living near Pearl Harbor have complained of stomach pain, nausea and other health ailments amid concerns the Navy's water system may have been contaminated by a fuel leak.(Cheri Burness via AP)