First wind power project on Forest Service land in works

[AP] The evergreen trees of the Green Mountain National Forest in southern Vermont could soon be dwarfed by 370-foot-tall wind turbines. A company wants to build up to 30 of the turbines in the forest in what would be the first wind power project on U.S. Forest Service land. The project would produce enough electricity to power 14,000 to 16,000 homes. The Forest Service is expected to take up to 18 months to decide whether to approve the project by Deerfield Wind LLC. See the full article from the Associated Press via the Concord Monitor.


Previous articleWind, Natural Gas Hybrid Project Moves Ahead
Next articleNew Business Cycle Expected for Ocean Energy

No posts to display