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Charging at Windmills: New Jersey Not the Only State Seeing Massive Wind Projects Cancelled

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ocean City NJ, President Biden’s Green New Deal faced a significant setback as developers of a large offshore wind project in New York withdrew from a deal with the state. Approximately 30% of current wind projects are at risk of delays or cancellations. Since July, projects in Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Connecticut have been put on hold. The withdrawal of BP and Equinox from the New York project adds to the challenges facing offshore wind initiatives. While there may be attempts to revive the projects, this setback contributes to the offshore wind sector’s recent struggles. Notably, two other major projects, Empire Wind 1 and Beacon Wind, are facing financial difficulties, although they haven’t been officially canceled yet. The much-touted “green energy transition” appears to be encountering significant challenges.

Maybe “Don Quixote” should be mandatory reading :

“Don Quixote” is a novel written by Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes. Published in two parts, with the first in 1605 and the second in 1615, it is considered one of the greatest works of fiction ever written.

The novel tells the story of an aging nobleman named Alonso Quixano who becomes obsessed with reading tales of chivalry. Consumed by these stories, he loses touch with reality and decides to revive chivalry himself under the name Don Quixote. He dons makeshift armor, mounts his old horse Rocinante, and sets out on a series of adventures to revive chivalry and protect the helpless.

The central theme revolves around the contrast between reality and illusion. Don Quixote perceives the mundane world around him as if it were a medieval romance, leading to humorous and poignant situations. His loyal squire, Sancho Panza, serves as a down-to-earth character who often tries to bring Don Quixote back to reality.

The novel explores various themes, including the nature of truth and fiction, the impact of literature on the mind, and the social and cultural changes taking place in Spain during the 17th century. “Don Quixote” is known for its innovative narrative structure, as Cervantes cleverly incorporates metafiction and self-awareness into the storytelling. The work has had a profound influence on literature and is often cited as one of the earliest novels in Western literature.

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One thought on “Charging at Windmills: New Jersey Not the Only State Seeing Massive Wind Projects Cancelled

  1. Turbines progressing in New Bedford and New London…almost ready for production.

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