Headwind Turned into Tailwind

Wind The 100-meter-tall wind turbines that have sprouted up all over the Shimokita Peninsula in Aomori Prefecture are turning the area into a major supplier of green electricity. The peninsula is an ideal location for wind farms. In summer, a chilly northeasterly wind called Yamase blows in off the Pacific Ocean, while in winter the area is buffeted by westerly winds skimming in off the Sea of Japan.
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