Grays Harbor PUD Invests in Wind Farm
Seattle Times, November 4, 2008
ABERDEEN, Wash. - The Grays Harbor PUD has authorized a $77 million investment in wind power.
At Tuesday's meeting, commissioners approved a 64 percent share of a proposed wind farm to meet a requirement for renewable energy.
The Energy Northwest utility group plans to build the Radar Ridge wind farm in Pacific County. PUDs in Clallam, Mason and Pacific counties also have a share of the project.
The Aberdeen Daily World reports the Grays Harbor PUD general manager, Rick Lovely, says Radar Ridge is expected to provide peak power during the winter, while Eastern Washington wind farms peak in the spring and fall.
Information from: The Daily World, www.thedailyworld.com
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