When we last checked in on the proposed massive offshore wind farm in the Northeast called Cape Wind, it had gotten federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement approval to begin construction perhaps as early as this fall. That now seems to be up in the air due to a ruling just handed down by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia over a FAA decision regarding aviation. The opinion of the court, according to Associated Press, is that the FAA “didn’t adequately determine whether the planned 130 turbines, each 440 feet tall, would pose a danger to pilots flying by visual flight rules.” The ruling throws another monkey wrench into what has been a very long development progress for America’s first planned offshore wind farm. This article is a linkout for the full article go to EarthTechling.