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Cable Landing Simmers While Federal Wind Farm Review Is Just Heating Up

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Federal regulators are reviewing proposals for how the South Fork Wind Farm should be built, including demands that its turbines be constructed away from critical fish habitat. Pictured is an Orsted wind farm being constructed off Denmark.

Federal regulators are reviewing proposals for how the South Fork Wind Farm should be built, including demands that its turbines be constructed away from critical fish habitat. Pictured is an Orsted wind farm being constructed off Denmark.

authorMichael Wright on Feb 10, 2021
While the public debate over the South Fork Wind Farm cable landing in Wainscott has shifted to court filings and the village incorporation effort, the public stage of the federal... more

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