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    Thursday, December 28, 2017

    Studies Show Safety Of Ocean Wind

    Fishing Report: Developer sets high bar for ocean wind farms

    Dave Monti, December 23, 2017 (Providence Journal)

    “…[Recently released studies show the] Block Island Wind Farm has had no remarkable adverse effects on the environment, fish, mammals, birds and people… Over 50 scientists presented their research findings at the Southern New England Offshore Wind Energy Science Forum held at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography…[Much] wind farm science is new and it is developing quickly. Three firms have secured leases to build wind farms in federal waters between Block Island and south off Nantucket…Ocean wind farms in Europe have been around for many years; however, most were developed and built with little or no research on how they might impact the fish and environment. Any detrimental effects were discovered and mitigated after they were built. But thanks to Deepwater Wind (DWW) and their Block Island project we have the depth of research to develop a robust protocol for future wind farm development in this nation. DWW facilitated (and in many cases paid for) an army of scientists, engineers, consultants, and universities to study the BIW before, during and after construction…” click here for more

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