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Maryland Offshore Wind Development: Regulatory Environment, Potential Interconnection Points, Investment Model and Select Conflict Areas

This study examines wind as renewable energy in Maryland, including its regulatory and policy environment, interconnections points to bring energy generated offshore onshore, projected investment costs, and potential conflicts in wind farm siting between research and military activities. It identifies specific hurdles in functionality to mobile radar and to certain stakeholders themselves given these conditions. It concludes by calling for further research into the impact of wind turbines on mobile radar units, surface and subsurface military operations for contextual information, and new models for refining current work.

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