VINEYARD WIND PROJECT CLEARS ENVIRONMENTAL HURDLE
Vineyard Wind, the 800-megawatt wind farm project that utilities and the state chose to be constructed 15 miles south of Martha's Vineyard and 34 miles from the mainland, secured approval this week of its Final Environmental Impact Report, the company said Tuesday.
The approval from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs marks the completion of the state's environmental review of the project, which is expected to be constructed by 2022, Vineyard Wind said.
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