Vineyard Wind would help us weather storms

By Mike Jacobs Posted Feb 14, 2018 at 3:00 AM Updated Feb 14, 2018 at 7:19 AM During the peak of the historic “bomb cyclone” winter storm on Jan. 4, the electricity network that serves Cape Cod and the Islands faced a significant test. The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth went offline when a […]

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Cape Cod Times Editorial: NIMBY persists

Posted Feb 4, 2018 at 3:01 AM Perhaps it’s because we are exhausted from fighting Cape Wind for so long, perhaps we are tired of the specious arguments against appropriately sited offshore wind, or perhaps we are frustrated by the small minority of people who would delay or even stop a project that benefits the […]

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Vineyard Wind Grows Offshore Wind Team to Prepare for New U.S. Project

Vineyard Wind, an offshore wind energy developer vying to build the first utility-scale project off the coast of Massachusetts, is transitioning its organization to prepare for the construction phase of its project. It recently named long-time offshore wind industry expert Lars Thaaning Pedersen as its new CEO and Iain Henderson as its CFO. Vineyard Wind […]

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Offshore wind takes a new course for Massachusetts

By Erich Stephens, CAPE COD TIMES The Cape Wind project was first proposed in 2001, six years before the first iPhone. A lot has changed for the better since 2001, and not just with cell phones. Today’s offshore wind turbines are now vastly more efficient than those proposed by Cape Wind, and can be installed […]

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