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Noise expert to testify in Vermont wind project hearing  

Credit:  Associated Press, www.forbes.com 10 February 2011 ~~

A noise expert will testify about the sounds created by windmills at a Vermont Public Service Board hearing on the proposed Kingdom Community Wind project in Lowell.

Robert McCunney, retained by project developers Green Mountain Power Corp. and Vermont Electric Co-Op, will testify Thursday in Montpelier. State utility regulators are weighing plans for a 20-turbine wind project that was approved by Lowell voters last year but is now being challenged by a group of opponents.

The $150 million project needs a certificate of public good from the state in order to begin construction.

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Source:  Associated Press, www.forbes.com 10 February 2011

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