They’re not blown away by NJ’s offshore wind power plans


              Suzanne Hornick walks from the surf in Ocean City N.J. on July 8, 2021. She is a leader of a residents group that opposes three offshore wind energy projects approved for the ocean off Ocean City. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
            
              Rick Bertsch, left, and Susan Cox, right, discuss three wind energy projects that have been approved for the ocean off the coast of Ocean City, N.J., where they are standing on July 8, 2021. They oppose the projects on numerous grounds, including visual pollution, and worries about added costs and unknown impacts on the ocean and the environment. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
            
              This Oct. 1, 2020 photo shows windmills at a utility plant in Atlantic City N.J. People who oppose the three offshore wind power projects approved off New Jersey's coast cite concerns about the environment and the economy, among others. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
            
              This July 8, 2021 photo shows a sign in Ocean City, N.J. urging opposition to offshore wind projects. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
            
              This July 8, 2021 photo shows beachgoers on the sand in Ocean City, N.J. Numerous residents of Ocean City are among those who oppose three offshore wind farms planned for the ocean off their city, fearing their impact on the ocean, the environment and the economy. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
            
              Suzanne Hornick, left, and Susan Cox, right, look out to sea from a beach in Ocean City N.J. on July 8, 2021 where power cables from an offshore wind farm are projected to come ashore. They are among opponents of offshore wind who question its impact on the ocean, the environment and the economy. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)