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Massachusetts Wind Electricity Rates Will Be A Fraction Of The South Fork’s

author on Aug 7, 2018
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts last week inked a contract with offshore wind farm developer Vineyard Wind to purchase the power from approximately 100 turbines the company plans to build in... more

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