On October 1st, the Copenhagen Wind Farm project is under review - not in a negative way, but in a positive one. This is a new project that is supposed to use 62 private sectors for electricity generation and the review is to see how it affects water, animal life, and wind patterns. This project is a move to get things green in Copenhagen and another plan is in motion to begin a 9 mile wind farm to supply electricity to local towns.
McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Steve Virkler Watertown Daily Times, N.Y.
A Brooklyn company is moving forward with environmental review of its proposed "community wind" project here.
"Copenhagen is a project we are committed to continuing to develop for the foreseeable future," OwnEnergy Inc. project manager James Damon wrote in an email message.
The developer in December installed a 197-foot-tall meteorological tower at the Lyndon W. and Patricia F. Moser farm on Wilson Road to test wind speed and direction.
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