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CEA’s Kevin Doyle looks at how Georgia could see up to $200 million in new tax revenues as a result of offshore energy access.

But platforms or wind towers, if constructed, would be dozens of miles offshore, far out of sight, and revenue from offshore energy development would be used for much-needed economic development efforts and beautification enhancements along Georgia’s coastline.

Read more – Savannah Morning News