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Wind power manufacturers such as pirates enclosed land, the ocean will become the warring States era! Huantuan calls for suspending the opening of the third stage of offshore fan development

Published: 2024-02-27 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/02/27, Wind power manufacturers such as pirates enclosed land, the ocean will become the warring States era! Huantuan calls for suspending the opening of the third stage of offshore fan development

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(by upstream and downstream reporters Lin Jiyang and Lin Yijun)

In the energy transformation policy, offshore wind power generation is highly expected. However, yesterday (29) the ring delegation held a press conference with legislator Chen Jiaohua, calling on the government to suspend the opening of the third phase of development. The ring delegation pointed out that wind power manufacturers violated their EIA commitments, the development site was added too quickly, and the problems of ecological conservation and fishery resources had not been solved, so it was not appropriate to open up hastily.

Offshore wind power has gone through the first stage of demonstration wind farms, and in the second stage, the government plans 36 potential wind farms, but manufacturers think that the cost of developing the remaining sites is relatively high, so they begin to ask the Energy Administration to open up the third stage, that is, "wind power operators will choose their own sites." The ring delegation disagreed with this and advocated that it should first take stock of the problems and establish supporting facilities, and then open up the third stage in order to meet the best interests of the whole people.

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Matsu Conservation Alliance: manufacturers violate EIA commitments and refuse to send enough cetacean observers

Kuo Chia-wen, a member of Taiwan's Matsu Fish Conservation Alliance, points out that some wind power companies have not fulfilled their EIA promises. For example, she says, "the Chunan Ocean Wind Farm in Hsinchu formosa1 did not send enough cetaceans and dolphins and was fined 1.5 million by the Environmental Protection Agency. When it was found that the cetacean observation ship had left early at the Suneng Dade wind field, there were not enough observers at the scene, and it also violated the EIA promise. "

Shi Zhongping, executive secretary of the alliance, pointed out that the environmental impact assessment of offshore wind power policy was more than three years ago, but now the scale of wind turbines has increased, and the spacing specification has long been outdated, but there is a lack of rolling amendment mechanism, and supporting bills have not yet been formulated. For example, the "operational points of underwater noise assessment of offshore wind turbines" has not been completed for a long time, but the relevant wind power EIA is still passed, and the quality of EIA can be imagined.

Shi Zhongping criticized that the Environmental Protection Agency and the Marine Protection Agency had a shortage of vessels, and in the face of a large number of construction cases and far away from the coast, supervision and law enforcement capabilities were obviously out of reach. Moreover, the administrative organs are unwilling to provide construction information, so it is difficult to supervise and trust the operators no matter how many EIA promises are made.

Guo Jiawen (photo courtesy / farmer), a member of Taiwan's Matsu Fish Conservation Alliance, a group lawyer: official monitoring has been reduced to empty talk, and investigation data have not been made public for a long time.

Guo Hongyi, a full-time lawyer for the ambitious Football Association, mentioned that there is a lack of local empirical research in China to confirm whether wind power prevention and verification measures are effective in protecting endangered species, especially white dolphins. Huantuan has twice found that the development unit has violated the environmental impact assessment, and the Environmental Protection Agency is unable to require the development unit to fulfill its promise.

Guo Hongyi mentioned that the lack of investigation of fishery resources by offshore wind power development has led to frequent protests by fishermen on the north coast and the western coast. The Ministry of Economic Affairs should discuss these issues that have not been solved in the first and second stages. He also pointed out that the Ministry of Economic Affairs had commissioned the Industrial Technology Research Institute to conduct an empirical study, which took into account German regulations on the impact of wind turbine noise on cetaceans and birds. However, the report has not been made public for a long time, resulting in a lack of basis for the Environmental Protection Agency and the Marine Conservation Agency. Unable to formulate relevant norms.

政府力推离岸风电,但程序却不完备,难保障渔民权益(图片来源/劳动部)

 
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