Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Science and Technology, Wind Turbine

DOE Wind Turbine, Photo:  U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)DOE wind turbine dedicated January 28, 1978 in Clayton, New Mexico, is the first Federally sponsored wind generator to provide electric power for a U.S. community.
The wind turbine supplies 200 kilowatts of power when operating at or above its rated wind speed of 19 miles per hour. This is enough power to meet the electrical needs of about 60 homes

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