Pile of Rocks Could Thwart Cape Wind Proposal

A pile of rocks the size of a sport utility could prove the greatest threat yet to the first proposed offshore wind farm bid in U.S. waters. The Cape Wind offshore project would place 130, General Electric 3.6 MW wind turbines off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in Federal waters. A newly discovered pile of rocks however could extend state waters into a section of the wind farm, thereby giving the state more power over the project’s approval. Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, along with the state’s influential Senator Edward M. Kennedy, have both been vocal critics of the project. For the full article at The Boston Globe, see the following link.
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