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Atlantic City Offshore Wind Farm Could Start Construction in the Fall

Offshore wind farm projects have finally been receiving approval in the U.S., but none have started construction yet.  A 25-MW project planned for off the coast of Atlantic City could step up and cheapest prices for levitra break ground first if approval comes in March.

The developers of the project, Fisherman's Energy of Cape May, have announced that they're ready to start construction in the fall if approval is given from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.  The five-turbine wind farm will be capable of powering 10,000 homes and could be finished and feeding electricity to the grid by Labor Day 2013.

The Atlantic City project could be the i recommend brand cialis first constructed of a series of generic levitra effective wind farms planned as part of the East Coast wind corridor, stretching from Virginia to New York City and with major financial backers like Google and grants from the federal government.


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written by Fencerdave, January 18, 2012
Alternatively, Huzzah!
Off-Shore Wind Farms
written by Richard@ computer Recycling, January 19, 2012
The UK, given it's extensive shoreline, has been investing heavily in off-shore wind farms for some years now and is starting to visit web site generic viagra re-coup the investment. However, it lacks backers like Google, which as a home-grown US business, has over the past 5 years shown a serious potential for investment in Green technologies. Given that Google has previously invested in Geothermal power for it's data centres and only last year built the largest wind turbine in mainland US, this will certainly cement the comapny's position as one of the largest investors in Green energy projects in the world.
Three cheers for Google!
written by Sapoty Brook, January 27, 2012
Hoorah, Hoorah, Hoorah!
Good on you Google!
There are many of us who really appreciate what you do.

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