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Legal battle won for 33 wind parks plan of 1.08 GW in Crete

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April 17, 2015

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Council of State, the supreme administrative court, gave the temporary go-ahead and opened the way for the planned construction of 33 wind parks throughout Crete, Econews.gr portal reported.

Yet another decision is needed to materialize the controversial projects with the overall capacity of 1.08 GW in four prefectures. The institution rejected the petition submitted by inhabitants of Crete and their claims, adding that the frame of the entrepreneurial activity does not endanger the environment and does not collide with the spatial regulation.

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