But at least one person at Thursday's hearing in Keyser said developers had failed to fully consider migratory bird flyways near the site of the 55-megawatt plant on Green Mountain.
The state Public Service Commission held two hearings on Pinnacle Wind Force's planned $131 million wind farm.
Union representatives said the development would create 150 to 200 temporary construction jobs and then several full-time jobs once construction is completed.
But Potomac State College biology Professor Paula Piehl said developers didn't consider migratory patterns of birds that flew at night.
Another hearing will be held on Oct. 26.