Law360, New York (April 29, 2014, 1:47 PM EDT) -- On Earth Day, April 22, the Connecticut Legislative Review Committee approved proposed regulations that will allow for the siting of wind turbines in the state. The new regulations would end what has effectively been a three-year moratorium on new wind power projects in Connecticut.
In 2011, in response to controversy surrounding two proposed wind projects in the state, the Connecticut General Assembly passed Public Act No. 11-245, An Act Requiring the Adoption of Regulations for the Siting of Wind Projects. The act directed the Connecticut Siting Council, the state entity with jurisdiction over the siting of power and telecommunications facilities, to...
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