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July 26, 2014 12:00 AM

Editorial | Off-shore wind power development vital for future

The North Shore Wind Team may not be well-known to Grand Strand residents, but the team has done significant work to foster the development of ocean winds as a source of energy. In September, the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is slated to identify the offshore sites available for wind power turbine towers. The BOEM announcement will be in North Myrtle Beach, recognizing the work of the city and the Wind Team.

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