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Lake Erie wind farm in the works
Great Lakes Energy Institute supports new technology


 
Dianne Anderson, Executive Director of the Great Lakes Energy Institute at Case Western Reserve University.
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The federal government recently approved plans for a wind-farm off the coast of Cape Cod. A similar project is in the works for Lake Erie. Dianne Anderson is director of the Great Lakes Energy Institute at Case Western Reserve University. She says wind energy will be part of Ohio's Energy future, but for now the biggest barrier is cost.
Jeff St.Clair talks with Director Dianne Anderson

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I hope LEEDCo and First Energy will build the Wind Energy Farms here in Lake County, Ohio!
First, it is a fantastic source of pollution free energy! Second, it will bring jobs to Lake County and taxes as well!
This is a win win situation!


Posted by: Sandra Pucillo (Mentor, Ohio) on December 15, 2010 5:12AM
Not a word as to the exact location(s)is mentioned.


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