It’s not looking good for a wind turbine proposal off Nantasket Beach.
A feasibility study says the project to build a series of turbines 1 1/2-miles offshore may cost too much and generate too little revenue.
The proposal has been on hold for several years.
The idea was to build four or five turbines, enough to power all of Hull.
But the head of the local light plant’s board of commissioners says they’re just beginning to get a handle on the price tag that would be hung on the project, and thinks it’s just too big.
A final decision is expected in January.
The feasibility study pegs the cost at approximately $100 million.