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Federal Review Of South Fork Wind Is Complete, Approvals Imminent

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The Block Island Wind Farm turbines, as seen from the bluffs in Camp Hero State Park in Montauk.  MICHAEL WRIGHT

The Block Island Wind Farm turbines, as seen from the bluffs in Camp Hero State Park in Montauk. MICHAEL WRIGHT

The federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management  issued a “favorable record of decision” on Wednesday, November 24, according to the project’s developers, Ørsted and Eversource, indicating that it is poised to approve the project.

The federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management issued a “favorable record of decision” on Wednesday, November 24, according to the project’s developers, Ørsted and Eversource, indicating that it is poised to approve the project.

authorStaff Writer on Nov 24, 2021
The federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management said last week that it has concluded its review of South Fork Wind, as the 12-turbine wind farm that will send power to... more

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