Google's plus-size offshore wind cable edges forward

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Planned $5bn interconnector clears latest regulatory hurdle and could start transmitting electricity by 2017

A proposed $5bn transmission line connecting wind farms off the East Coast of the US to the mainland is on track to come online by 2017, after the Google-backed project cleared another regulatory hurdle....

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