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Deepwater Wind agrees to pay nearly $700K application fee for Block Island wind farm  

Credit:  By Alex Kuffner | Providence Journal | March 29, 2013 | providencejournal.com ~~

Deepwater Wind has agreed to pay a nearly $700,000 fee to state regulators for its application to build a wind farm in waters near Block Island.

In a letter dated March 25, the Providence-based firm said it would comply with the decision made earlier this month by a subcommittee of the Coastal Resources Management Council to deny its fee waiver request.

The matter was set to go before the full council for a final decision, but Deepwater said it would accept the subcommittee’s decision as final and send in a check to cover the fee.

Source:  By Alex Kuffner | Providence Journal | March 29, 2013 | providencejournal.com

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