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New Wind Power Cable Would Run Through Waters Off Montauk

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A preliminary plan for the power supply cable to a wind farm proposed 60 miles to the east would run through the waters off Montauk and Plum Island on its way into Long Island Sound.

A preliminary plan for the power supply cable to a wind farm proposed 60 miles to the east would run through the waters off Montauk and Plum Island on its way into Long Island Sound.

Commercial Fisherman Al Schaffer, aboard the F/V

Commercial Fisherman Al Schaffer, aboard the F/V "Leatherneck" at the Inlet Seafood dock in Montauk on Monday. MICHAEL HELLER

Commercial Fisherman Al Schaffer, aboard the F/V

Commercial Fisherman Al Schaffer, aboard the F/V "Leatherneck" at the Inlet Seafood dock in Montauk on Monday. MICHAEL HELLER

authorMichael Wright on May 1, 2021
The developers of a planned wind farm near Nantucket have proposed running the electrical supply cable from the turbines through the waters between Block Island and Montauk Point, just north... more

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