Energy’s Future Is Not Blowing In The Wind: Too Slow, Too Expensive, Short Supply & Soaring Inflation

According to the Financial Times, concerns continue to grow among wind executives over whether we are able to meet US offshore wind ambitions and goals:

That is a pretty significant list of challenges to overcome in order to even begin to accomplish the stated goals. And this isn’t the first time that concerns have been raised about whether proposals for wind are reliable or even realistic.

It is the latest reason why moving away from reliable, proven energy sources before new options are ready and producing as proposed becomes more dangerous by the day. New Jersey needs to pay attention because we continue to ignore these warning signs with changing our direction at our own peril.

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