By National Wind Watch European countries have been harnessing energy in offshore wind farms since 1991, but to date, Massachusetts has yet to take advantage of the resource available off its ample coastline. That is expected to change in the next few years, however, as three wind energy developers plan to install the state’s first offshore wind farms about 14 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. The designated development area covers more than 840,000 acres and is under the jurisdiction of the federal . . .
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