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Ticker: Feds revive Vineyard Wind review process; Officials seize $44M in fake sports gear over past year

24 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

The federal government plans to pick up where it left off with its review of the Vineyard Wind offshore energy project, a decision that could help ensure Massachusetts starts getting clean power from the project by the end of 2023.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management announced that it plans to resume its review of the 800-megawatt wind farm planned for 15 miles south of Martha's Vineyard and will “proceed with development of a Final Environmental Impact Statement,” one of the last steps before the project can get underway. Officials from Vineyard Wind were not immediately available...
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