The Alliance for Business Leadership calls Cape Wind 'an historic opportunity' for Massachusetts
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In his 2013 Earth Day speech at MIT, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick listed his administation's clean energy accomplishments including that with Cape Wind in Nantucket Sound, Massachusetts will be home to America's first offshore wind farm.
Commonwealth Magazine takes a close look at Cape Wind President Jim Gordon and Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound Chairman (and coal and petroleum coke billionaire) Bill Koch. Bill Koch reveals his strategy is to tie up the courts while trying to elect anti-wind power politicians. Jim Gordon opens up on why this project is so important to him, to his company, to Massachusetts and to the nation.Click here to read this article in Commonwealth Magazine
Reprinted here in its entirely from Greenwire with permission from Environment & Energy Publishing, LLC.
Conservation Law Foundation's Cape Wind Now campaign generates substantial support in favor of Cape Wind's loan guarantee request to the Department of Energy.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar gave the keynote speech at the Greenpower Offshore Wind USA Conference in Boston and he spoke with the news media afterwards.
Asked by a reporter, "Opponents of Cape wind keep suing in court and are suing your agency now, what’s your message to them?"
The Huffington Post has published a 7,000-word-deep-dive into Cape Wind by Tom Zeller, Jr., that asks if permitting and legal reviews of clean energy projects like Cape Wind need to be streamlined to better protect the public interest.
Bruce Mohl at Commonwealth Magazine takes a close look at how a single-purpose opposition group that receives a quarter of its funds from Bill Koch, is bankrolling the Town of Barnstable's legal appeals of government approvals of Cape Wind. Click here to read the article
Matthew Wald of the New York Times explores how the addition of more wind power and offshore wind could help reduce winter cold snap natural gas price spikes and supply shortages in New England, Cape Wind President Jim Gordon is quoted.