gorge wind

gorge wind

[′gȯrj ‚wind]
(meteorology)
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With its diversity of renewable energy resources - Columbia River Gorge wind, waves off the Oregon Coast, central Oregon geothermal power, and burning wood debris from thinned and logged forests, called biomass, to generate heat or electricity - Kulongoski said Oregon is well-positioned to attract manufacturers of the equipment used in renewable energy production.