Mayflower Wind Recommits to Project After Energy Siting Board Raises Concerns Over Company’s Statements

In filings to Rhode Island's Energy Facility Siting Board, project developer Mayflower Wind said it remained committed to its proposed 1,200-megawatt offshore wind facility, and that it only raised “reasonable concerns” regarding the economics of renewable energy projects in light of current conditions.

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