where the northernmost tip of the Great Blue Ridge Plateau meets the southernmost reaches of the Storied Shenandoah Valley.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Now, all we need is enough wind, or maybe not.[sic] Slide 2
Publicly available data created with a “computer-screen” pixel sized (650’ x650’) conclusion seems to be extraordinarily insensitive to local conditions and apoor basis for weighing benefit and environmental loss. The AWEA, an industry organization and AWS/Truepower, a private engineering consulting firm, both advise that local data be gathered to more accurately describe the energy production potential of the specific sites.
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