Cape Wind News

MA Governor Patrick on Cape Wind

In a major speech today on clean energy, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick said: "Off-shore wind is still an opportunity worth pursuing and my support for Cape Wind is unshaken. Every state along the East Coast is working to develop off-shore wind.  The U.S.

Cape Wind Supporters Turn Out In Force At Hyannis Hearing

Proponents for Cape Wind’s 130-turbine development in Nantucket Sound outnumbered opponents by almost three to one at the speaker’s microphone, at what could be the last regulatory hearing on Cape Cod for the controversial project.

Click here to read this article in The Enterprise.

The headline above is as it appeared on page 3 of the May 29, 2012 Falmouth Enterprise

Community Comes Out for Cape Wind Hearing

Click here to listen to the news segment on Cape Wind's Barnstable hearing that aired during 'Morning Edition' on WCAI, WNAN, and WGBH.  Passionate speakers come to life in this radio segment!

Ramboll & Co tackle Cape Wind footings

Danish company Ramboll is teaming up with Louisiana outfit Keystone Engineering and UK consultancy PMSS to design wind turbine foundations for the 468MW Cape Wind project off Massachusetts.

Please make your voice heard at the last Cape Wind public hearing!

Finally, Cape Wind is within sight of the ‘finish line’ but we need our supporters to make their voices heard this one last time at a final public hearing to make Massachusetts home to the nation’s first offshore wind farm and get the jobs, increased energy independence, and cleaner air that it will bring.

Please come and speak in favor of Cape Wind at the last Department of Public Utilities (DPU) public hearing on NSTAR’s contract to purchase 27 ½% of Cape Wind’s power.

Yale Environment 360 interview with Jim Gordon

Waging the Battle to Build the U.S.’s First Offshore Wind Farm

After a decade seeking approval to build the U.S.’s first offshore wind farm, Cape Wind president Jim Gordon is on the verge of beginning construction. In an interview with Yale Environment 360, he describes why his struggle has been good for clean energy — and why the fight is still not over.

Click here to read the interview