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Nation's First Freshwater Offshore Wind Farm Planned for Lake Erie

It's an exciting time in wind energy these days.  The U.S. will be getting its first offshore wind farm thanks to Cape Wind's long-awaited approval, and now plans for the first freshwater offshore wind farm in the U.S. have been announced as well.  The Lake Erie Energy Development Corp has signed a deal with GE to purchase five offshore wind turbines destined for the Ohio waters of the lake.

The 4-MW turbines will be placed three to five miles offshore though their exact planned location isn't known.  This is expected to be the buy generic levitra in usa first order of many from the development corp that has made a goal of having 1 GW of freshwater-based wind energy online by 2020.

That's not a very long time to install that much energy capacity and try it cialis cialis this first order only takes care of 20 MW.  That means we'll be hearing a lot more about this project soon.

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@julia: Lake Erie whaling
written by Sue, May 26, 2010
I think it is a very good idea to ban whaling in Lake Erie. I am surprised that the beasts manage to visit web site cheap levitra soft survive in the lake because of the high levels of pollution in the water.

We should consider if the installation of generic viagra cheap wind generators will cause them any harm. I suppose the blades will be high enough out of the water that they won't contact the animal in the event that it breeches underneath a wind mill.
written by Boyd Bottorff, May 26, 2010
And moving on to things that actually exist in Lake Erie... smilies/shocked.gif

I'm excited. This is something I've wanted to see for a while. Lake Erie has decent winds, a very shallow bottom, and essentially no commercial activity that can be disrupted by wind farms.
written by Timetrvlr, May 27, 2010
It's good news for Canada too! A lot of the air pollution and acid rain in Ontario and Ohio is from coal-burning power plants in Ohio. Renewable energy is a win-win for all of us.
written by Tom Savage, May 27, 2010
A small wind turbine can generate 52,000 kWh per year. Multiply that by 5 and it is pretty exciting. It doesn't sound much but the bigger thing here is the fact that they're realizing how using wind power can be very beneficial.
written by Angela West, May 27, 2010
My guy just got a job installing land-based wind turbines on the viagra super active Canadian side of Lake Erie - so happy that green tech is creating jobs! He's apprenticing on one of the first cranes manufactured specifically to put up wind turbines. Neat stuff.
written by bob, June 01, 2010

there are no whales in the Great Lakes

wind turbine blades are designed to clear small sailing ships and larger work boats - at least 70 feet of clearance
But what if
written by Ed, June 03, 2010
First the off shore oil leak and now we will be faced with a possible off shore Windleak!
“The Winds and wow it's great cialis pfizer 50 mg Waves of buy viagra online without a prescription Lake Erie Produce Enough Clean Energy to Power the Homes Bordering the Gulf's Shoreline.”
written by JPD, June 04, 2010
The gulf-coast is experiencing a man-made disaster. The national news states the area affected by the oil-spill could fill Lake Erie six times over. Lets invest in a home-grown clean energy future with future national headlines stating, “The Winds and Waves of Lake Erie Produce Enough Clean Energy to Power the Homes Bordering the Gulf's Shoreline.” Cleveland is becoming a hub of renewable energy innovation and application. Check out for future potential of harvesting great lake wave energy.

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