Potential RI wind projects making national news

Wind Hint, hint, Powers-That-Be (greater than this lowly freshman’s):

More national news today about the potential mega-wind developments in Rhode Island. If we get this much attention for talking about moving the projects forward, imagine how psyched people would be if we actually pushed them forward!

SUGAR LAND, TX–(Marketwire – December 27, 2007) – Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) — Developers are studying the addition of about 620 megawatts (MW) of new power generation for Rhode Island. This would represent an increase of about 33% from the existing 1,890 MW of available generating capacity to about 2,510 MW. All three projects would be powered by renewable energy.

As we express concern about the a budget deficit, foundering economy, and population loss, why don’t we do something awesome and exciting that’d make us a hotbed for an up-and-coming industry. For real, this time.

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