What to do with a wind turbine in a storm

A couple of readers have asked about what Galveston Offshore Wind, the company behind the planned 150mw wind project I wrote about today, would do if a hurricane blew through. The platforms sit in about 50 feet of water, the top deck is about 47 feet above sea level and the top of the tower the turbines will sit upon are another 260 feet. So these will be pretty tall structures facing into the wind.
CEO Herman Schellstede said the company is in pre-production planning for a turbine design where the tower will lower itself and the blades will fold inward in the face of a huge storm. It will use hydraulic technology already used on jack-up rigs, but Galveston Offshore Wind is still trying to figure out how much it will cost to build such units.