Robb, Drew
April 2005
Power Engineering;Apr2005, Vol. 109 Issue 4, p40
Trade Publication
Presents information on the 162 MW Colorado Green Wind Project, an undertaking that provided the residents of southeastern Colorado with a clean source of electricity. Companies that acquired the project from GE Energy through a joint venture agreement; Benefits of the project to the community; Initiative that requires U.S. states to provide a percentage of their retail electricity sales from renewable resources. INSETS: FERC Proposes Rule For Wind Power Interconnection;Production Tax Credit Keeps Wind Blowing.


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