Highest Hurdle For Deepwater May Be Winning The Trust Of The Region’s Fishing Community

Deepwater Wind faces two years of review by some 20 state and federal agencies, and millions of dollars in scientific survey work covering hundreds of square miles of the ocean, to answer the questions the agencies will pepper them with about the wind farm’s effect on the ocean around it.,, Part of the federal process that the company must follow, in attempting to show that the 15 wind turbines they want to build in the ocean east of Block Island can coexist with those who make a living at sea, requires that they appoint a “fisheries representative” >click here to read< 09:47

One Response to Highest Hurdle For Deepwater May Be Winning The Trust Of The Region’s Fishing Community

  1. Ec Newell Man says:

    How about the general public who does know and will question this one statement: “Deepwater is a politically connected corporation peddling half-truths and deception to tap billions in electrical bill profits…” So we continue to ask….why are their rate escalators built into the contracts between wind energy companies who sell electricity to the consumer? With technology leading to new, much cheaper and efficient ways in providing electricity, would not one think that electricity rates – not increase as fast as those from wind energy?

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