Results for "fire" in Library from Massachusetts

Lawsuit seeks $12M in liens on six Cape solar projects

A company that built six solar farms at capped landfills on Cape Cod has filed a lawsuit seeking to have more than $12 million in liens placed on revenue generated from the projects. The Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative, along with the towns of Barnstable, Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, and Harwich, have been named as defendants in the lawsuit. A lawyer for the cooperative said it will participate in the lawsuit as necessary to protect its interests and the interests of its member towns in the solar projects.
3 Feb 2015 search match:

State court upholds wind turbine on Cohasset-Hingham line

The state Appeals Court on Wednesday upheld a Land Court decision in favor of a proposed wind turbine on Turkey Hill. ...The judge also dismissed the argument about the shadow flicker, saying the nursing home is surrounded by trees that will block most of the shadows. The planning board required that the turbine be shut down if the flicker exceeds 30 minutes a day or 30 hours a year.
25 Jun 2014 search match:

Vermont smack in the middle of crucial electricity supply and demand

Developers are pitching plans, and are now offering states handsome “benefits packages” in seeking their support. In addition, states could earn millions from new property or infrastructure taxes, the leasing of existing right-of-ways and financial returns on public investment in the lines. But these assurances aren’t enough, according to Kerrick Johnson, vice president of Vermont Electric Power Co., or VELCO.
9 Jun 2014 search match:

Hanover turbine still not turning

From November through March the turbine was more or less fully functional. ...Then the brakes deployed incorrectly one day. “They’re machines and machines break. Not only do machines break, but turbines are a couple of hundred feet up in the air, so they are a little more difficult to repair.”
30 May 2014 search match:

Cape Wind foes face uphill battle in suit

Stearns said he doubted the plaintiffs — which include several Cape Cod businesses, individuals, the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound and the town of Barnstable — could get past the constitutional amendment which generally gives states immunity from being sued.
30 Apr 2014 search match:

Companies want to build multimillion-dollar power lines through Maine

The request-for-proposals is expected to be issued by the New England States Committee on Electricity, a nonprofit organization that represents the governors on regional electricity issues. Maine’s representative on the committee, Public Utilities Commission Chairman Thomas Welch, said on Monday that it was too early to know what shape the RFP would take, and when it would be issued.
25 Mar 2014 search match:

Northeast Utilities plans additional transmission to meet capacity needs

"We think that it is likely there will be significant additional transmission investment needed to maintain reliability and improve access to these clean, intermittent power sources," Lee Olivier, executive vice president and chief operating officer, said in an earnings call Friday. "But it is too early to estimate how much that additional investment will be and exactly when it will occur."
1 Nov 2013 search match:

South Terminal blasts don't make much of a splash

It wasn't a large plume of smoke. More like a puff. It was white, with a dim flash of red at the beginning. Roughly 30 seconds after the smoke dissipated, a small fountain of water bubbled up to the surface. It was the first of what will be 50 blasts in the bedrock to make way for large boats carrying turbine components to the under-construction South Terminal. Bill White is director of offshore wind for the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, which owns South Terminal.
25 Oct 2013 search match:

Hanover wind turbine close to operational but not quite

The process of constructing the 210-foot-tall turbine at the site of the town's water treatment plant off Route 53 has been beset by problems, which have set the town at odds with the company it hired to assemble the structure. ..."This is one of the most frustrating public construction projects I've been involved with in my 20 years."
18 Sep 2013 search match:

Its nuclear plant shut, Maine town full of regret; Wiscasset, Maine, long in economic depths

In the 17 years since Maine Yankee began dismantling its reactors and shedding its 600 workers, this small, coastal town north of Portland has experienced drastic changes: property taxes have spiked by more than 10 times for the town's 3,700 residents, the number living in poverty has more than doubled as many professionals left, and town services and jobs have been cut.
18 Sep 2013 search match:

Audubon's turbine plan disturbing

As the permitting process for a wind turbine at Mass Audubon's Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary is about to begin, I still can't connect the dots with regard to common sense here. ...Seems so hypocritical to me since, according to its website, Wellfleet Audubon's woodlands attract a wide variety of wildlife, especially songbirds and shorebirds. But apparently a wind turbine isn't in conflict with nature? Really?
3 Aug 2013 search match:

Wind farm developer takes case to Tiverton

Tiverton residents need only look across the Mount Hope Bay to see a cautionary tale. The $1 million turbine owned by the town of Portsmouth, R.I., is broken and stalled and visible on the western horizon. "Those of us who have been around for a while have seen the saga of wind energy."
30 Jul 2013 search match:

https://www.windaction.org/posts?location=Massachusetts&p=4&search=fire
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