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More wind energy in the Mojave, plus cool video shows how they erect those turbines.

(Photo by Herman Trabish. Note the real rainbow, which Terra-Gen probably hopes is not just symbolic.)

Herman Trabish, of New Energy News, covered the groundbreaking of a new wind energy installation in the Tehachapi Wind Resource Area in California’s Mojave Desert.

“The Tehachapi Wind Resource Area has been a major wind power generating region since the early 1980s when a visionary group of California New Energy pioneers began building utility-scale wind projects in the Altamont Pass near San Francisco, the San Gorgonio Pass near Palm Springs and the Tehachapi Mountains.”

Herman’s also posted a cool video that shows turbines going up out East.

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