A wind energy company that had waited a long time to get wind power up and twirling off the Oregon Coast may have lost its seat at the energy table in Salem. The State Public Utilities Commission has told Principle Power that electricity from it’s Wind Float Energy Project, 15 miles offshore from Coos Bay, will produce energy that’s just too expensive. In reaction, Principle Power replied, “Don’t finish our application to provide power.” However, state officials said the company had not yet withdrawn its application completely.
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