By National Wind Watch BETHLEHEM – The Port of Albany’s offshore wind tower turbine project has fallen months behind on its aggressive two-year construction schedule as it awaits needed permits from both the state and federal governments. “We’re a little bit behind,” Port of Albany CEO Rich Hendrick to the Times Union on Wednesday. “It’s not that bad.” Hendrick was asked about the construction schedule for the $350 million project, which is taking place on roughly 80 acres of land on the Hudson River . . .
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