Winds of Change: Project Promotes Community Power Generation

[Post-gazette.com] Paul Lehman had high hopes when Erik Foley from St. Francis University came by his farm to set up an anenometer last spring. Mr. Lehman had contacted the Loretto school’s Renewable Energy Center to learn about the possibility of placing a wind turbine on his Black Angus dairy farm. The anenometer would measure the breezes that blew across the Boswell farm, between Johnstown and Somerset, to determine whether there was enough wind to make the use of a turbine practical.

 

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