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New York Harbor Preps For Wind Power

New York Harbor Preps For Wind Power

Over the next three years, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey are planning on the installation of five units of wind towers, each over 280 feet in height, operating in New York Harbor’s west side. The City of Bayonne in New Jersey also has developed extensive plans to install a massive wind turbine to provide power for a sewage-pumping station. The five wind turbines are expected to generate around 7.5 MW of energy, which will provide the energy to power a minimum of 2,000 homes.

Also jumping on the wind train is the Department of Veterans Affairs, who are planning on placing wind turbines on or near its hospitals in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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