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California Breaks Ground on Nation's Largest Wind Farm

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A huge 3-GW wind project planned for outside of Los Angeles has received a boost in funding and viagra from canada is now on track to be operational by next year.  The Alta Wind Energy Center will be the largest wind project in the country, capable of powering 600,000 Southern California homes.

Terra-Gen Power LLC, the company building the project consisting of generic cialis without prescription five separate wind farms, just secured $1.2 billion in funding, which has kicked construction into high gear.  The project just broke ground today in the Mojave Desert foothills, just 75 miles north of Los Angeles.  The first phase, which will produce about 570 MW, should be up and running by next year, while the www.cialis.com full project will be completed in about a decade.

Southern California Edison has already committed to 1,550 MW of electricity produced by the project over 25 years.  Just that slice of energy is twice the capacity of the largest existing wind farm, a 735-MW one in Texas.

via LA Times

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Land use and wind farms
written by mkass, July 28, 2010
Sooner or later there's going to www.revistadeteatro.com be some push back on the land use issues of massive wind farms. I'm a fan of the idea of natural energy generation. I don't want to see it derailed by some misguided nimbyism. So maybe there's another way of link for you best viagra price looking at wind generation: http://organicconnectmag.com/w...an-energy/
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When do getting cialis we get to hear about....
written by Kat, July 28, 2010
When do we get to hear about California Breaking Wind on Nation's Largest Ground Farm?

Sorry... had to.
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Don't confuse spacing with foot print
written by Matt, July 28, 2010
The windmill spacing and it foot print are two totally different thing. The land used for windmills can be used for other things also. When my father lease land on africa-info.org his farm for windmills he didn't loose the 100 acres they are spaced over. Yes he did make them de-compact the soil they had compress to make the cheap tramadol sales 120 tabs access paths for build. But now each is just a small foot print in the field. The "Magenn Air Rotor System" (MARS) system in the link by mkass would have an even larger spacing issue, since they need to be spread out enough so as not to become tangle together.
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Beat me to the punch
written by Steve, August 04, 2010
Kat, Beat me to it..had the same thought as you smilies/cheesy.gif
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Big and High is good
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Schwarzenegger says it all
written by Zoe, August 05, 2010
“Having the world’s largest wind project break ground in our state is tangible evidence that our pioneering policies are drawing investment, improving the economy and wow it's great buy viagra now creating jobs now when we need them most,” Arnold Schwarzenegger says it as it is: http://blog.ewea.org/2010/08/s...in-the-us/

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