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9/17/10 Sunshine, lollipops and --- wait, how big are the turbines again? 

Wind turbine photo of the day

Can you see the people in this picture?


Original news story caption:

"See the turbine –see the people. Portsmouth’s 336-foot turbine sits on a breezy 183-foot hill overlooking Narragansett Bay. Those little white dots near the lower left are Brewster town officials."

Note from the BPWI Research Nerd:

The turbine in this picture is 336 feet tall. The turbines now going up in the Shirley Wind project, Brown County, Town of Glenmore are 500 feet tall, or fifty stories. When completed they will be tallest turbines in the state of Wisconsin.


Posted on Friday, September 17, 2010 at 10:03PM by Registered CommenterThe BPRC Research Nerd in | Comments Off

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