The wind stalkers

Soule, Alexander
February 2009
Fairfield County Business Journal;2/2/2009, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p1
Academic Journal
The article reports on the benefits of the electricity derived from wind turbine installations from General Electric Co. (GE) in New England. It tells that GE's success in wind turbine energy was initially tested by FirstWind Holdings LLC when it installed a turbine wind farm in the mountains of Maine in 2006. It adds that Texas has derived the greatest economic and environmental benefits from the wind power technology, which has also benefited downwind supplier such as Hexcel Corp.


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