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DIANA PITTET
28:42
No questions yet. It's good!
Megan Geyer
33:05
Joined late so sorry, but will this presentation be posted anywhere later?
Megan Geyer
33:54
👍 thanks
DIANA PITTET
40:03
These various companies--whom do they approach first about their proposals? In some cases, do states reach out to these wind companies?
conniehenry
41:09
I believe the Orsted project is weighing options to run the cable to either Oyster Creek, Ocean City or the old BL England power plant. It has not yet been decided as of the last Orsted mtg w Kris Ohlef
adamk
41:19
I have heard some rumors of power lines running into the B.L. England power plant in beesleys point is that still in the works?
Business Network For Offshore Wind
41:52
Ocean Wind’s transmission configuration is not yet finalized. But Connie is correct.
Megan Geyer
43:05
How long do these projects take to get up and running on average?
Business Network For Offshore Wind
46:21
Are you asking entire development process or construction?
Megan Geyer
47:04
For length of time to get running? Both would be interesting
Harrison Hepding
47:27
I know in RI there is conflict between turbine projects and squid fishermen
Megan Geyer
50:02
How does the energy produced by wind compare to that produced by coal? In terms of amount
Megan Geyer
51:10
thx
DIANA PITTET
52:02
I think a dog lover created that graph.
adamk
53:21
Is there any statistics based off of water based turbine deaths for birds? If we haven't had major projects off the east coast would there be any way of predicting the impact to costal species?
Business Network For Offshore Wind
53:52
Here is some information from the UK’s Carbon Trust about bird avoidance behaviors and offshore wind - https://www.carbontrust.com/resources/bird-collision-avoidance-study
Business Network For Offshore Wind
54:16
The study “finds seabirds avoid offshore wind turbines much more than previously predicted.”
Megan Geyer
56:26
What has been the analysis of impact to marine life for the projects that are in progress? In terms of migratory patterns, sonar sensitive marine life, dredging up pollutants in the ocean floor? Wondering if it would be similar to what we worry about with building pipelines offshore.
Harrison Hepding
58:16
Do the turbines rotate?
adamk
01:01:22
With the increased climate change producing more powerful coastal storms, what kind of measures will be taken to ensure the wind turbines don't get destroyed? To my understanding, a lot of land based turbines fail under extreme conditions that are taken into account. Is the technology ready for the storms so money is not being thrown away?
Harrison Hepding
01:03:19
Harvey
Business Network For Offshore Wind
01:04:37
Here is information from the US Department of Energy about OSW turbine severe storm survival https://www.energy.gov/eere/articles/how-do-wind-turbines-survive-severe-storms
Megan Geyer
01:04:43
I don’t think people can unmute themselves
Megan Geyer
01:04:47
Just fyi
adamk
01:07:11
How much does a typical turbine project cost?
DIANA PITTET
01:07:26
What would have Surfrider unequivocally say yes or no to offshore wind?
Harrison Hepding
01:08:47
Is it in federal or state waters?
Harrison Hepding
01:11:05
The one off south jersey
DIANA PITTET
01:11:22
So, Surfrider's approach is case by case.....
Harrison Hepding
01:12:18
Are there such things as floating turbines? So that you can move them around as you want
Harrison Hepding
01:14:56
Are the proposed turbines off south jersey like these?
Business Network For Offshore Wind
01:18:38
My email is brandon@offshorewindUS.org if you have additional questions.
adamk
01:18:40
So these wind turbines are looking to produce about 12W per turbine ?
DIANA PITTET
01:18:40
Thanks, Matt!!!
meg erdman
01:18:51
Thank you!
Megan Geyer
01:19:56
Thank you!