Regulators will consider the decision probably this month, says Paul Agressa for the Public Service Commission (PSC). In April, an administrative law judge recommended adopting the plan, says Garry Brown of the state energy office. The PSC must now decide if the recommended plan fulfils the mandate of the state energy plan, portions of which were opposed by established business interests. "It's looking favourable for wind," says Tom Gray of the American Wind Energy Association. "Certainly, we should get a couple of wind projects." Gray adds that it is hard to drum up enthusiasm for wind in New England without significant projects in the ground. Two Kenetech 33M-VS turbines are operated by Niagara Mohawk in New York state.
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