Wind power idea has potential but little momentum in Georgia island

December 6, 2010 by  
Filed under City Updates and News, Regional News

Offshore wind-farming “holds great potential to create jobs, cut pollution, and reduce our reliance on dirty fossil fuels,” Curtis Fisher, a staffer at the National Wildlife Federation, said when the group released state-by-state summaries that estimated the coast’s total power potential at 212 gigawatts, theoretically representing enough to power more than 45 million homes.

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Wind power idea has potential but little momentum in Georgia island

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