Winds of change

P.E.I. looks to alternative forms of energy
Charlottetown, The Guardian: News | Winds of change
“They should be starting now,- David Stewart says. “We’re calling for wind.”
Eighty metres above Stewart’s head a trio of massive blades begin to turn in a rotation that looks deceptively slow.
A minute later the air is filled with a slicing sound, like a knife going right though paper.
The Vestas V-90 windmill is starting to produce power at East Point.

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