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One wind turbine in Fairhaven still not operating  

There has been plenty of debate in Fairhaven over the pro’s and con’s of two wind turbines off Arsene Street in Fairhaven. The turbines produce power for the town at a rate cheaper than what the municipality normally pays. However, for the past two weeks, one of those turbines has not been operating.

Developer Sumal Shah of Fairhaven Wind LLC says the software used to operate the northern-most turbine is not matching up with the turbines power converter. He declined to say when the turbine might be back on line….

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Shah says the problem is “close” to being corrected.

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