4 February 2012 ~~
ANTRIM – The company looking to build a wind farm near Tuttle Hill has submitted its application to state regulators.
Antrim Wind Energy, a subsidiary of Portsmouth-based Eolian Renewable Energy, filed its application for the 30-megawatt-producing facility earlier this week.
The application goes to the state’s Site Evaluation Committee, which is made up of members from various state agencies and will decide if the project can move forward.
That committee takes jurisdiction of projects 30 megawatts or more and can be petitioned to do so for smaller projects.
To view Eolian’s application, go to www.nhsec.nh.gov.
4 February 2012
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