March 31, 2011 – Hour 1

As the legislative session in Annapolis comes to a close, our legislators are still debating the future of a proposal to bring offshore wind power to Maryland.  Today we’ll bring you a debate over the future of wind power in Maryland.  Proponents of the plan argue that it’s Maryland’s best hope for moving away from fossil fuels and building a new green economy, while opponents argue that wind power is more expensive and less environmentally beneficial than many proponents are claiming.

Joining us are:

Brad Heavner, State Director of Environment Maryland

Jay Hancock, Business Columnist for the Baltimore Sun


To read Jay Hancock’s article about wind power in Maryland, click here.