Wind turbines approved for Port of Providence

In Environment, Waterfront by Greater City Providence6 Comments

EcoRI News reports that the Narragansett Bay Commission has approved a $12 million construction contract to build three wind turbines at the Port of Providence.

The turbines should be operational by March of next year.

In other wind turbine news, WPRI reports that Deepwater Wind has submitted new plans for a 200 turbine wind farm off the coast of Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

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  1. They’re interrupting my views out the bay, which I use during religious ceremonies.

  2. NOW I WON’T BE ABLE TO SEE THE STATE HOUSE FROM THE SCRAPYARD!!!11!

  3. Sadly, I just found out they’re made in China. Booo.

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