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CRMC approves South Fork Wind Farm with fewer turbines and $5.2M...

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – State coastal regulators have signed off on the South Fork Wind Farm project, providing the number of turbines is reduced and...

Revolution Wind project moves forward with start to federal permitting review

PROVIDENCE – Plans to bring 400 megawatts of wind power to Rhode Island are advancing, with the federal agency in charge of issuing the...

First major R.I. offshore wind project faces further delays, with no...

PROVIDENCE – The 12-year saga of efforts to build a utility-scale offshore wind project off the coast of Rhode Island has been extended again,...

R.I. announces plans to develop a 600MW offshore wind farm

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island is pursuing plans for another offshore wind project to add to the state’s growing renewable energy portfolio, Gov. Gina M....
PERMITTING DELAYS: The Revolution Wind, South Fork Wind Farm and Vineyard Wind offshore wind projects in waters off the coast of southern New England are all currently in various stages of the permitting process. / SOURCE: R.I. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT / PBN GRAPHIC/ANNE EWING

Waiting on more offshore wind

Three major offshore wind projects are in various stages of complicated permitting processes in southern New England waters. Revolution Wind is a joint effort between...
ENERGY MANAGEMENT INC. has notified the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management that it has terminated the offshore wind development lease it received in 2010, ending the Boston-based developer's efforts to build Cape Wind, what was once expected to become the first offshore wind farm in the U.S. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/CHRIS RATCLIFFE

What was once hailed as first U.S. offshore wind farm is...

NEW YORK – Cape Wind, the offshore wind project off the coast of Massachusetts that drew the ire of the Kennedy and Koch families, is officially...

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