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wind farm

a large group of wind-driven generators for electricity supply

Wind farm

A vast tract of land covered with wind-powered turbines that are used to drive generators that produce electricity.
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It also massively undercuts the subsidy currently paid for offshore wind parks, which can reach 18.
Energy company DTE Energy (NYSE:DTE) said on Monday that it has exercised its option to purchase one of the two Pheasant Run wind parks from NextEra Energy Resources' subsidiary.
Part of the funds for wind park realization was provided through a credit from German development bank KfW signed in April 2012.
Actual wind park data were used in this investigation.
LUKERG Renew controls some 10% of the Bulgarian wind market after the buying the wind park, which was built in 2009, it said.
This is the third wind park by Nelja Energia in Lithuania and its 12th in the Baltic States, but it is different from our other projects as the site is over 60 km inland, while the coastal region is traditionally perceived as best suited for wind energy.
International Resource News-April 20, 2012--DTE Energy plans to build new wind park in Huron County(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
The reports stated that VW is to invest in an offshore wind park and is in talks with four companies in the sector, with an eye towards chosing a partner by the end of the year.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-July 21, 2011--Ganger Rolf announces construction start of wind park in Norway(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
ADPnews) - Jun 17, 2011 - Austrian utility Verbund (WBAG:VER) is building a wind park with output of 200 MW on the Romanian Black Sea shore, news agency APA reported today.
This is the last concession to be awarded for a Belgian wind park in the North Sea.
The project, supported by the Austrian Science Fund FWF, thus creates a basis for optimised forecasts of wind park outputs - forecasts that can be used to make better decisions about which measures to take to ensure the need for power is met.