Edgartown, Vineyard Wind Settle Cable Dispute
Noah Asimow

Vineyard Wind and the Edgartown conservation commission have comes to terms in a dispute over the construction of two heavy-duty underwater cables.

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Vineyard Wind Navigates Red Tape
While Vineyard Wind's plan to build the nation's first industrial-scale offshore wind farm south of the Vineyard remains mired in red tape at the federal level, at the state level the project continues to win approvals.
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Government Deals Setback to Vineyard Wind
Noah Asimow

A 2020 construction start date for the first phase of Vineyard Wind’s project is in jeopardy after a federal agency said it would indefinitely delay the release of an EIS.

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Vineyard Wind Races Against the Clock
Noah Asimow
Construction on Vineyard Wind, a massive plan to build 84 wind turbines 14 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard, is slated to begin by Jan. 1, but regulatory snags on two different fronts have created a race against the clock for what would be the nation’s first industrial scale offshore wind project.
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Conservation Commission Denies Cable for Vineyard Wind
Noah Asimow

Developers who plan to build the nation’s first industrial-scale offshore wind farm south of Martha’s Vineyard saw their first major setback this week.

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Fishermen, Climate Activists Clash Over Wind Farm Cable
Noah Asimow

Commercial fishermen and climate activists sparred with each other during a marathon, five-hour public hearing last week.

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State Grant Jump Starts Workforce Training for Wind Farm

Adult Community Education of Martha’s Vineyard (ACE MV) and Vineyard Power received a $65,000 grant from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.

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MVC Closes Public Hearing on Wind Farm Undersea Cables
Noah Asimow
The Martha's Vineyard Commission received an unprecedented amount of correspondence relating to wind farm undersea cables.Of those opposed, the vast majority were from people off-Island.
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Wind Hearing Sees Strong Support, and Some Heat
Noah Asimow
Developers who want to build the nation’s first large-scale wind farm in ocean waters south of Martha’s Vineyard saw strong support and also some criticism at a public hearing before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Thursday night.
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Hearing Set to Begin on Under Sea Cable for Vineyard Wind
Noah Asimow

Vineyard Wind is set to go before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission for a public hearing next week, offering a more detailed view of the giant renewable energy project.

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