I am curious how they are going to anchor them. The dock pipes at 55th st marina in Cleveland are 72' long. the sheet pile along route 2 just east of the marina where the power plant used to be are up to 140' long. An engineer told me that hard material out in lake is very deep. maybe at that location its better. But the water is still about 70' deep and then their anchor piling need to go down another 50-100'. Seems like a very costly venture when they could go on land. The idea of putting them next to existing power plants makes sense. But if this is such a great idea how come First Energy is not doing it at that site on shore way or at closed Eastlake plant or by Avon lake plant or by the nuke plants ??? Whole thing sounds like boondoggle to get money from the feds.