The Nantucket Sound wind farm–Cape Wind–has been struggling to overcome well-connected and well-moneyed opposition. Cape Wind would produce about 170 megawatts, about 75% of the average energy demand for Cape Cod and the Islands. From the Cape the project’s wind turbines will appear to be about 1/2″ above the horizon. The project is being discussed this week in number of public meetings. For the meeting schedule and more information about the project go to the Cape Wind website. Crude oil and gasoline prices are at or near all-time highs. How can Massachusetts not support this project?