Vineyard Wind CEO Appears Before Barnstable Town Council

By DAVID BEATTY, CapeCod.com BARNSTABLE – It has been a while since potential wind turbines off the coast of the Cape have been the topic of a town council meeting in Barnstable. At their meeting last week, the Barnstable Town Council heard from Erich Stephens, the chief executive of Vineyard Wind, a company which is […]

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Massachusetts stays atop NGO’s state energy efficiency rankings

By ROBERT WALTON, UTILITY DIVE Dive Brief: – For the seventh year in a row, Massachusetts has been named the most energy efficient state in the country by​ The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, edging out California to lay sole ownership to the top spot. Last year, the states tied in the rankings. – […]

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Wind Farm Surveys Begin Off Martha’s Vineyard

By: ALEX ELVIN, VINEYARD GAZETTE As wind farm developers begin to jockey in earnest to build projects in waters off the Vineyard, a new round of surveys related to a turbine project south of the Island is set to begin this week. Research vessels operating out of Vineyard Haven and New Bedford will conduct the […]

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Emera Bids Atlantic Link Subsea Cable into Massachusetts Clean Energy RFP

Cost-effective wind and hydro from Atlantic Canada, at a fixed price for 20 years BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Emera Inc. has formally proposed construction of the Atlantic Link project, a new 1,000 megawatt (MW) subsea transmission line directly connecting Atlantic Canada to the Boston load center. The Atlantic Link will deliver reliable and cost-effective, clean energy to Massachusetts […]

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