New York Thruway Authority Sues Over Failed Wind Turbines


The new york thruway authority has filed a lawsuit against a couple of organizations over the failure of 4 wind turbines.

The authority says in its lawsuit filed thursday the turbines placed alongside the thruway in erie and chautauqua counties went offline among october 2017 and january 2018.
The mills were hooked up in 2013 and 2014 as part of a renewable electricity initiative.

The lawsuit is alleging negligence, professional malpractice, breach of guarantee and breach of contract. Wivb-television reports the authority is seeking $8.1 million plus interest, prices and series prices.

One of the corporations named within the lawsuit, kandey organization inc., says it has no longer been served. Nonetheless, kandey says it’s far confident it did not anything wrong and could be vindicated in court docket.

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