Offshore Wind Awaits Federal Environmental Reports

The latest industry initiative is the expansion of a cable factory in Charleston, S.C., where Paris-based Nexans plans to make some 620 miles of high-voltage power lines for the five wind projects under development by the utility Eversource and Danish energy company Ørsted. The companies declined to say how the five-year contract was granted. Nexans is also building a new cable-laying vessel with a 10,000-ton capacity.,,, The report was quickly criticized by representatives from the squid and scallop industry who said the 1-mile spacing between the turbines doesn’t improve safety and the layout restricts fishing. “This is the biggest screwup to hit our oceans ever,” said Dellinger, who is chairman of the Rhode Island Fishermen’s Advisory Board. >click to read< 16:58

One Response to Offshore Wind Awaits Federal Environmental Reports

  1. Joel Hovanesian says:

    Q: Where will these foreign owned companies be when these things are rusting hulks falling over destroying our fishing grounds/food supply?
    A: Sitting in their ivory towers in Europe counting their money and laughing at the fools who supported this scam. Wake up sheeple!

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