Connecticut’s First Commercial Wind-Turbine Projects Run Into A Snag

Jan 27th, 2011 | By | Category: Energy, Wind

artist's rendering“We’re not going to see massive wind farms in Connecticut or Long Island Sound,” says Glenn Weston-Murphy, an engineering designs adviser and lecturer at Yale University. “There are very few places in Connecticut that make sense for wind turbines.”

Weston-Murphy is also co-founder of the Connecticut Wind Working Group, which was set up in 2007 to promote a discussion about the benefits of wind power in this state.

via Connecticut’s First Commercial Wind-Turbine Projects Run Into A Snag – Hartford Advocate.

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