What is the project?

 

Seven wind turbines on a hill, and a substation to plug them into the grid.

How does this benefit me?

The project will provide a range of benefits for local people. These include revenue from lease and neighbor payments to people living nearest the project; host community payments to the Town of Enfield; tax payments to town and schools; providing long-overdue repairs to local roads; high speed internet has been brought to areas never served previously; and clean, low-cost energy will be provided to the grid to help replace retired dirty old facilities like coal plants. This makes cleaner air and water for everyone.

How can I learn more?

First, you can attend the public meeting on December 17th, 7 pm, at the Enfield Elementary School. There will be a general discussion of the project's history, permitting process, and next steps going forward. There will be ample time for questions and discussion from the attendees. You can see our Environmental Impact Statement, which discusses all kinds of impacts from road traffic to noise to public safety.  This is linked at the top tab of this page. You can also contact the project directly via the website for specific questions.