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As offshore wind advances, public debate still heated in Del.

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REHOBOTH BEACH – In recent years, Delaware’s coastal beach cities have seen an increasing number of changes driven by economic winds, reshaping expensive residential communities and main street commercial centers. They may soon see such changes on the once immutable horizon too as offshore wind farm projects near the end of their planning phases. Two

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    Andy Cloud September 29, 2022

    Hmm..environmental impact of a wind turbine. No need for millions of gallons of cooling water. No need to grind millions of fish up to get the cooling water. No emissions let alone fuel price inflation. New wildlife habitat. No fuel leaks or oil spills into the water. No fuel waste generated requiring bulk or long term storage and government oversight. No agregious generation cost hikes like we see with regional generators now. Yes, the environmental impact is big.

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