Deepwater farm could get final fed. approval in July

A LIFT BOAT OFF BLOCK ISLAND does geological sampling for Deepwater Wind's Block Island Wind Farm. At the time of this 2009 photo, the Louisiana-based company Montco Offshore, expected to begin installing wind turbines in 2013. So far, the 100-turbine Block Island Wind Farm is still in the permitting process. / COURTESY DEEPWATER WIND
A LIFT BOAT OFF BLOCK ISLAND does geological sampling for Deepwater Wind's Block Island Wind Farm. At the time of this 2009 photo, the Louisiana-based company Montco Offshore, expected to begin installing wind turbines in 2013. So far, the 100-turbine Block Island Wind Farm is still in the permitting process. / COURTESY DEEPWATER WIND
PROVIDENCE – Deepwater Wind’s five-turbine Block Island Wind Farm could get final approval on its federal permits in July, Michael Elliott, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project manager for the wind farm, told Providence Business News on June 13. “Since the CRMC gave its OK and DEM issued their certificates, we expect to issue the…

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