VOTE THEM OUT! Mass. delegation pushing to advance Vineyard Wind

Members of Congress have become involved in trying to move Vineyard Wind forward, a top Baker administration official said Tuesday, as lobbying intensifies to advance what state officials hope will be the nation’s first commercial-scale offshore wind project. Energy and Environmental Affairs Undersecretary Patrick Woodcock told members of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Board Tuesday about the involvement of members of Congress since the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management indicated it would not decide on a key project approval this month, as anticipated. >click to read< 10:37

One Response to VOTE THEM OUT! Mass. delegation pushing to advance Vineyard Wind

  1. Rogina Bakey says:

    More grease is being applied to get this project past any sticking points. I want to know the exit strategy when these windmills stop working[destroyed by weather,worn out,corroded out,etc]. Do they get removed ? I doubt it due to the complexity of the interconnections. So the lease area will slowly become a junk yard……

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