Wind from Highway 401 could help power campus

[CBC News] A college in Toronto is exploring the idea of harnessing the power of Canada’s busiest highway to create electricity. The wind-tunnel effect created by the hundreds of thousands of cars and trucks that travel Highway 401 each day makes Centennial College’s Scarborough campus an ideal location for a small wind turbine to feed power back to the school. For the full story from CBC News, see the following link.
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