Blittersdorf could face a fine in Kidder Hill case #VT

By National Wind Watch Hearing officer: Met tower required a Certificate Of Public Good. IRASBURG – Wind developer David Blittersdorf should have sought state permission to put up a wind test tower on his Kidder Hill property where he eventually erected two small wind turbines for a few years and unsuccessfully sought to raise two large turbines. In a decision issued late Thursday, John Cotter, hearing officer for the Vermont Public Utilities Commission, stated that Blitterdorf’ failed to get a certificate of public good for . . .

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