Deepwater Wind accepts Maryland PSC approval; will move forward on Skipjack Wind Farm

DEEPWATER WIND has accepted the approval of the Maryland Public Service Comission after acquiring rights to build a wind farm off the coast of Maryland. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/CHRIS RATCLIFFE
DEEPWATER WIND has accepted the approval of the Maryland Public Service Comission after acquiring rights to build a wind farm off the coast of Maryland. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/CHRIS RATCLIFFE
PROVIDENCE - Deepwater Wind LLC accepted the Maryland Public Service Commission’s approval of its Skipjack Wind Farm project, a planned 15 turbine wind farm 19.5 miles off the coast of Maryland the company announced in a press release in May. The plant will provide 120 megawatts, what the company says is enough power to support…

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