Wind-farm Plan Includes Species Protection

[Honolulu Star-Bulletin] A company that wants to build the Valley Isle’s first wind farm in the West Maui mountains says it will spend at least $1 million over 20 years on an endangered species mitigation program. The cost of the program to help protect four endangered species could climb as high as $4.5 million, Kaheawa Wind Power LLC said. The company is proposing to erect 20 wind turbines to generate up to 30 MW of power that would be sold to Maui Electric Co. For the full story, see the link below.


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