If anyone has something to say about Denmark's Hesselø Offshore Wind Farm, they now have five weeks to do so, writes the Danish Energy Agency in a statement.
Once the public hearing ends, both the Energy Agency and the Environmental Protection Agency will decide, based on the given responses, which subjects and environmental impacts to illuminate in the strategic environmental assessment (SEA) and the environmental impact assessment (EIA).
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