Boston-based First Wind, rebuffed in repeated efforts to secure a site on Molokai for 200 megawatts of turbines for the interisland Big Wind project, floated the idea of expanding the search to Maui. That nugget of new information can be found in the New York Times’ look at the project’s merits, published Friday as the second part of a Greenwire series. The piece discusses Hawaii’s clean energy situation and the opposition to the project on Lanai.

Read the full story at the New York Times and read Part One of the series at Greenwire.

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