Groton Wind farm operator agrees to meet state demands
The state fire marshal has informed the Site Evaluation Committee (SEC) that his office has reached agreement with the Spanish energy company, whose plant has been the subject of complaints from abutters and a state investigation since it went online in December 2012.
The Attorney General's Office, he said, is still pursuing its complaints that the company acted unlawfully in moving its operations and maintenance building from the area cited in the plan approved by the Department of Environmental Services. The fire marshal, too, filed complaints about the relocation of the building from one side of Groton Hollow Road to the other.
"Out of respect for the ongoing SEC process, we can't elaborate at this moment, but Iberdrola Renewables and Groton Wind take public safety very seriously and we are working diligently to bring these matters to a swift resolution," said Iberdrola's Paul Copleman.
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