N.B. marine terminal key to wind-energy race

TURBINE HUB: Construction of the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal, intended as a hub for assembly and deployment of turbines for offshore wind farms, is due to be completed by the end of the year. / COURTESY APEX COMPANIES
TURBINE HUB: Construction of the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal, intended as a hub for assembly and deployment of turbines for offshore wind farms, is due to be completed by the end of the year. / COURTESY APEX COMPANIES
The publicly congenial competition between Rhode Island’s Deepwater Wind and Massachusetts’ Cape Wind to launch the first U.S. offshore wind farm and attract spinoffs is intensifying as both energy companies flaunt contracts for the production of wind turbines. The assembly and deployment of turbines to the offshore wind farms are likely to be a major…

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