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N.Y. Board on Electric Generation Siting and the Environment Issues Ruling on Heritage Wind

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ALBANY, New York, June 25 -- The New York State Board on Electric Generation Siting and the Environment ruling (Case No. 16-F-0546) involving Heritage Wind: Application of Heritage Wind, LLC for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need Pursuant to Article 10 for a Wind Energy Generating Facility in the Town of Barre, Orleans County, NY.

RULING ADOPTING PROTECTIVE ORDER

MICHAEL CLARKE, ASHLEY MORENO and RICHARD A. SHERMAN, Examiners:

To facilitate the parties' access to information that is alleged to be confidential by the party providing it, expedite discovery, and maintain our role in making an independent determination as to the eligibility of such information for protection under the Freedom of Information Law (Public Officers Law, Sec.Sec.84 et seq.), as implemented by Part 6 of the Rules of the Public Service Commission (Commission) (16 NYCRR Sec.Sec.6-1.1 et seq.), we are adopting the attached Protective Order, including the Acknowledgement and attached Protective Agreements (Attachments A, B, and C).

Parties that execute an Acknowledgement or Protective Agreement in the forms attached to the Protective Order will be entitled to access information that would otherwise be excepted from disclosure.

That access will be subject to the terms and conditions of the Protective Order.

(SIGNED)

MICHAEL CLARKE

(SIGNED)

ASHLEY MORENO

(SIGNED)

RICHARD A. SHERMAN

The complete text of the document is available at: (http://documents.dps.ny.gov/public/Common/ViewDoc.aspx?DocRefId={E9B8DB00-918A-4A11-A4A6-6EC58A4FF6FB})

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