Plymouth ZBA Wind Turbine Bond
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#1 May 7, 2013
PLYMOUTH ZBA: Their kingdom for a bond
For some projects, the town bylaws require surety bonds - money set aside to cover any cost to the town in the event a developer doesn't finish a project or, in this case, if a wind turbine needs to be decommissioned....But Camelot Wind, the company that owns the Camelot Park turbine, says no insurance company will sign off on such a lengthy bond.
May 7, 2013 by Emily Clark in Wicked Local Plymouth
Insurance companies balk at long-term sureties for wind turbines
PLYMOUTH - The name is bond - surety bond.
And bonds usually come with a dollar sign and multiple 0s.
For some projects, the town bylaws require surety bonds - money set aside to cover any cost to the town in the event a developer doesn't finish a project or, in this case, if a wind turbine needs to be decommissioned. The stipulation is designed to allow the town to complete a project if the developer can't or won't.
Wind turbines, like the one at Camelot Park, have a 20-year lifespan, according to engineers. But...[continue via Web link]
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