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Agency report helps bolster Cape Wind

Finds project would not harm local environment

Lisa Poole/Associated PressJim Gordon, Cape Wind president, said he hopes construction of the wind farm could begin by the end of the year. Lisa Poole/Associated PressJim Gordon, Cape Wind president, said he hopes construction of the wind farm could begin by the end of the year. (Lisa Poole/Associated Press)
By Bina Venkataraman and Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / January 17, 2009

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A benchmark was reached yesterday in efforts to expand clean energy as a key federal agency concluded that the nation's first proposed offshore wind farm would have no major adverse effect on the environment of Nantucket Sound. (Full article: 959 words)

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