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Ruling favors wind turbine developer  

Cape Wind Associates won another round in court this week when Superior Court Justice Robert J. Kane ruled the state’s environmental review of the proposed wind farm was legally correct. Barnstable, the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, and a group of residents had challenged the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act certificate allowing the developer to seek permits to build a wind farm in federal waters off Cape Cod. The group argued unsuccessfully that the state should have reviewed the entirety of the project – not just the cable that will run through state waters and deliver wind turbine power to the grid.

The Boston Globe

21 June 2008

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