“We researched the legal effect of a court vacating the decision,” he said, “and there is no approval of this. There is no hiding from that; you need approval from the commission. It has been vacated, nullified.
“Do we just sit back and apply willful blindness, and say ‘go do whatever you want while we sit back,’” Stone asked.
Stone said that the First Wind-Emera partnership should at the very least “cease and desist” operations.
The PUC’s hearing examiner Chuck Cohen suggested that Stone “put it in writing” and file a brief requesting that the PUC order the partnership to cease operating.
Stone said he would.