Tommy Wonk

Timlynn Babitsky | Case studies,Issues: Strategies & Tactics | Tuesday, June 10th, 2008

by Timlynn Babitsky
In the unfolding case study of off-shore/on-shore wind power projects in the Delaware area, the battle continues between Bluewater Wind and Delmarva Power. Tommy Wonk, a.k.a. Tom Noyes, is keeping tabs on the stakeholders, advocates and resistors. His latest post leaves you shaking your head.

“The Delaware Business Ledger published an interview with Delmarva Power president Gary Stockbridge…(The latest) novel argument from Stockbridge:

Many people believe that if Bluewater is built, Indian River (coal-fired plant in Sussex County) will be closed.

I don’t know the basis for this assertion, but you haven’t heard it from me or any of the top wind power advocates in Delaware. Another day, another straw man argument from Mr. Stockbridge.”

To read more click here for Tommy Wonk’s take on this unfolding case study.

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