“The state’s Siting Board for electric generation projects on Wednesday approved the largest wind turbine to date in New York State.
The $454 million Alle-Cat project in Allegany, Cattaraugus and Wyoming counties is rated at 340 megawatts, and would contain 116 turbines over a total of 30,000 acres of privately leased land.
“Our decision today to approve the largest wind farm to date will help reduce our dependence on fossil fuels,” said John Rhodes, chair of the Siting Board, who also chairs the Public Service Commission.”
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Karlin, Rick. Times Union 3 June 2020.