Momentum building for California offshore wind farms

Last month, Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, introduced a bill that sets a target of generating 3,000 megawatts of offshore wind by 2030,  which could power hundreds of thousands of homes, and 10,000 megawatts by 2040. “Put in perspective, the larger target is nearly equal to the electrical generating capacity of all the large solar farms in California today and nearly double all the wind farms now operating on land in California,”. Chiu said his Assembly Bill 525 would create 14,000 jobs. (sure!) Commercial fishing organizations also have expressed concerns about whether the wind farms would put fishing areas off limits. >click to read< 13:02

2 Responses to Momentum building for California offshore wind farms

  1. Once again ,California’s fishermen get thrown under the bus. How many more hits can we take?

    • Joel says:

      How many? Just enough to get the independent small businesses owners out of the way so the multi national corporations can control all aspects of our food production, the American way of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
      The poodle is off the porch and the Pitt bull is in the back yard.

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