Application filed for $270 million wi...

Application filed for $270 million wind farm in w. Maine

There are 2 comments on the Therockinghamnews.com story from Jan 14, 2007, titled Application filed for $270 million wind farm in w. Maine. In it, Therockinghamnews.com reports that:

A Canadian-based energy company has filed its application with state regulators seeking a zoning change and development permit for 2,900 acres in western Maine to build a $270 million wind farm.

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Robin Davies

Rowville, Australia

#1 Jan 15, 2007
Can anyone please tell me just now many turbines - windmills it takes the "average typical wind farm" (usually at 30 - 40% its peak capacity) to supply an average western household with +/- 10.5 Mw electricity per annum per home!!?? Your expert advice will be greatly appreciated. Thanks. RAD
PAUL SHYKORA

Calgary, Canada

#2 Dec 11, 2007
YES! I'S DO SUPPORT THIS PROJECT,TOO BOOT!!! MERRY CHRISTMAS!! MAY THE ''WIND'' FORCE BE WITH YOU!!GOD BLESS YOUS ALL... THE HILLBILLY FARMBOY HAS SPOKEN...

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