That is all the good news and, unfortunately, there may be some not-so-good news as well. While the hard structure should attract an array of fish, there could also be a repellent. Each of the towers will be connected to a grid and then to an at-sea substation where the power is transmitted to shore. The transmission cables give off an electromagnetic field (EMF) for AC. While most cables will be buried, there is still an effect. Many fish are sensitive to this EMF; some find it a repellent and some an attractant. While there has been research on this, it is not extensive. Some fishermen also wonder if there will be any impact on larval fish and forage. While I am hopeful, this could be a very big experiment whose outcome can only be understood after it is too late.