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AG wrests price cut from Cape Wind

But critics still angry despite 10% reduction

Martha Coakley did not succeed in getting Cape Wind to disclose projected construction costs and profits. Martha Coakley did not succeed in getting Cape Wind to disclose projected construction costs and profits.
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / July 31, 2010

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The developers of the Cape Wind energy project in Nantucket Sound have agreed to reduce the price of its electricity by 10 percent, saving consumers at least $456 million over the 15-year span of a proposed contract with National Grid. (Full article: 838 words)

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