Conservation plan approved for wind project in national forest #VT

The Public Service Board has approved a conservation plan that will allow the Deerfield wind energy project to move forward in the Green Mountain National Forest in southern Vermont. The board’s order announced Friday amends a certificate of public good awarded to developer Iberdrola in 2009 to build 15 turbines on a ridge that divides Searsburg and Readsboro. The permit was granted on several conditions. One of those was a plan to mitigate the turbines’ environmental harms. To fulfill that . . .

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