NEWARK, DE. (August 31, 2022) – The Caesar Rodney Institute (CRI), with its Energy Expert David T. Stevenson, has spearheaded the fight against offshore wind turbines since 2017 to protect Delaware Beaches. Today, CRI announces the release of a shocking video that depicts and uncovers the truth behind how the wind turbines will look off Delaware beaches after construction, who will benefit (not Delawareans), and the marine life it will forever harm.
The short & shocking video of what the wind turbines will look like (once constructed) can be viewed by clicking HERE.
“The video details why wind turbines pose many serious and avoidable risks.
Ocean wind turbines are not needed to reach renewable energy goals, which are
better and safer met by land-based turbines.”
-John Toedtman, Executive Director
In 2018 Save Our Beach View (www.SaveOurBeachView.com) was formed to educate Delaware beach property residents about the state of Maryland’s plans to construct offshore wind turbines off the coast of Delaware beaches, but the energy produced by these wind turbines is for Maryland residents and not Delaware. Save our Beach View is a project of the Caesar Rodney Institute and is a member of the American for Coalition of Ocean Protection (ACOP).
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About Caesar Rodney Institute:
The Caesar Rodney Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan, and Delaware-based public policy think tank committed to protecting individual liberties. We create fact-based analyses to help Delawareans make more informed decisions. We envision a Delaware where all Delawareans are empowered to make informed decisions that best enable them to pursue their aspirations and achieve their goals.
Press Contact: Vil Vongphrachanh / (302) 290-9140 / Vil@CaesarRodney.org
Giant Wind Turbines Keep Mysteriously Falling Over. This Shouldn’t Be Happening.
- Turbine failures are on the uptick across the world, sometimes with blades falling off or even full turbine collapses.
- A recent report says production issues may be to blame for the mysterious increase in failures.
- Turbines are growing larger as quality control plans get smaller.
- The taller the wind turbine, the harder they fall. And they sure are falling.