Wind on the Waters

[Boston Globe] Residents of the seaside town of Hull are rarely shocked when they open their electric bills, thanks to an efficient municipal light company and two land-based wind turbines that supply about 12 percent of the town’s electricity needs. With proper attention to wind power, dozens of other towns in Massachusetts could reward residents with similar average monthly electric bills of around $65 — and the satisfaction of reducing both greenhouse gases and reliance on costly foreign fossil fuels.
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