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Re: OT Windmills OT


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Posted by Hotflashjr on September 12, 2012 at 08:07:15 from (199.144.39.28):

In Reply to: OT Windmills OT posted by ldj on September 12, 2012 at 07:19:38:

It's not just that easy to say what they generate. It could be a hundred killowatts all the way up to a few megewatts. The last project I took part in was going to be a 3 megawatt turbine at a cost of about $300,000 up front including all permits and site work. After grants and tax credits actual amount spent by the owner was going to be around $180,000 with an anticipated payback of 7-9 years. The wires all run down inside the turbine and into a box or small building at the base of the turbine. From there it goes into the grid. Lots of places the current power lines cannot take large solar panel projects of wind turbines because the wires at the street cannot handle the current generated. Solar panels on a building roof unless it is real small need phase 3 equipment all the way down the road so there are ways that solar or wind has its drawbacks.

A plus, it cost nothing to obtain wind or sunshine which should help lower elec costs. The minus is the loss of jobs in other areas. I personally like wind and solar and the fact is that the current grid can only handle 18% of total elec production from wind and solar sources. Last stat I heard was the country was at like 3%. Even at 18% that leaves 82% that needs to be generated by other sources. I think there is plenty of room for everyone. I do think they should become clean burning because I would like my little girl to live in a cleaner environment than we do. I am not by any means a hippie or environmentalist so please don't flame me as such.


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