May 2020

Social Distancing and Offshore Wind Approvals - Let's Think About How to Do This, NOW

May 6, 2020 20:08
by J. Wylie Donald
How much we have learned in just a month. Here is a viewpoint from an offshore wind publication on April 1: For many of the other infected nations, the economy will fall sharply in the short term, and then rebound after the epidemic is over. In this regard, COVID-19 is unlikely to have a huge long-term impact and epidemic prevention and control measures from local governments will be a key variable and the most decisive factor. On the premise of effective prevention and control, the whole epidemic is expected to be over in 2-3 months, with societies returning to normal.

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