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Massive Offshore Wind Park to Power Delaware Homes by 2012
Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 25 June 2008 12:37

In the quest to make wind power less obtrusive, some companies are deploying their products in creative new ways
Jason Mick (Blog) - June 24, 2008 5:08 PM


The push for wind power is gaining almost as much momentum as the solar power push. The key challenge to wind power is location. While some efforts, such as billionaire T. Boone Picken's new wind farm merely look to build on sparsely populated areas, others have looked to place mini windmills on buildings or elsewhere.

Now one Delaware utility company is fostering a bold new idea to solve wind power location complaints for sea-bordering states -- put the turbines off shore. On Monday, Delmarva Power, a major Delaware utility, announced that it was entering into a contract with Bluewater Wind to produce the nation's first offshore wind farm.   [Comments...]


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