Cape Wind Edges Closer, Geological Testing Begins
Friday, October 05, 2012
By Sarah Brown
Cape Wind, which began more than a decade ago as the nationís first offshore wind farm and has since been enmeshed in legal battles, political wrangling and untold miles of red tape, is inching closer to the day when 130 wind turbines will be in operation on Horseshoe Shoal on Nantucket Sound.
The projectís progress is tangible: out on the water, two barges have been in operation, performing geological tests on the ocean bed in preparation for the turbines.
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