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ETO Record Number
210
Author
Williams, Wendy and Robert Whitcomb
Title
Cape wind : money, celebrity, class, politics, and the battle for our energy future on Nantucket Sound
Secondary Title (usually periodical title)
Volume (periodical)
Number (periodical)
Accession Number (For ERIC and similar collections)
Call Number
HD9502.5.W554 C37 2007
333.9/20916346 22
Edition
Editor
ISBN
9781586483975
Format
Keywords
Cape Wind Associates.
Wind power industry--Massachusetts--Nantucket Sound.
Energy policy--Massachusetts--Nantucket Sound.
Renewable energy resources--Massachusetts--Nantucket Sound.
Pages
Location Published
New York
Publisher
PublicAffairs
Date of Publication
2007
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Abstract
Notes
Table of contents: Jim Gordon's big idea -- The power elite and their entourage -- The electrical priesthood -- Birds, fish, and whales -- A pride of pastels -- The passion of Matt Patrick -- Wianno seniors, and those who sail them -- The fourth estate -- The Buzzards Bay oil spill -- The senator from Virginia -- A cold snap -- The pleasure of the governor -- More "public" meetings -- Capitol enemies, capital friends -- The tide turns.