27 Jun '14, 8pm

Cape Wind has moved past the point where further legal challenges would slow it down, a spokesman says:

Cape Wind has moved past the point where further legal challenges would slow it down, a spokesman says:

At times during Cape Wind’s long development, it has felt for many observers as if opponents of the project have held the power to delay it indefinitely through a seemingly endless series of lawsuits. But the handful of recent legal victories for the project – bringing its total number of legal wins to 26 – were decisive, says Mark Rodgers, Cape Wind’s communications director. “At the moment, there is no [legal action] outstanding,” Rodgers tells Recharge . “It would not surprise anybody if [opponents] launched appeals of some of their recent court losses. But we Log in to read complete article.

Full article: http://www.rechargenews.com/wind/article1367610.ece

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