electric wind

electric wind

[i¦lek·trik ′wind]
(electronics)
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The Fire Island Wind Project, located just three miles west of Anchorage in Cook Inlet on CIRI's Fire Island property, will have 11 General Electric wind turbines--each 242 feet high with three 131-foot-long wind turbine blades and a rotor diameter of 271 feet.
The vehicle features an adjustable electric wind stop and hardtop.
Forests of enormous electric wind turbines now rise across West Texas - a far cry from the smaller, water-pumping windmills that covered the land a century ago.
D, excess power from nearby Basin Electric wind turbines is being used to generate hydrogen gas.
Still fewer had power for a few electric lights and a radio from electric wind generators like the Wincharger that maintained storage batteries.
The World Bank proposal identifies several companies that are viable for the project, including US-based General Electric Wind, Electricite de France, and Gamesa and Indesa from Spain.
Prairie Breeze III will consist of 20 General Electric wind turbines, with facility construction scheduled to begin this summer and conclude in 2016.
The Sapphire Wind Power plant, via General Electric Wind turbines, assists a joint aim of US-Pakistan for the expansion of Pakistan s power production ahead of dependence on costly fuel through exploring huge renewable energy capacity of Pakistan.
Meanwhile, overseas manufacturers like the Spanish Gamesa, American General Electric Wind, and Danish LM Glasfiber are coining it in, delighted to dump their machines on to Wales.
The first phase, Bishop Hill I, which includes 133 General Electric wind turbines, will remain an Invenergy-owned and operated project.