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Let There Be Wind

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Let there be wind!

Have you heard of Project Effectuate? A Seattle based company is planning to install wind turbines along the southern Oregon coastline, according to a story posted on Medford’s own KTVL’s website:




Oregon continues to lead the nation in new ideas for renewable sources of the power that keeps our lights on. And as long as the project is safe, green, and cost effective, it seems like a win-win to us.


See you at the farm… the wind farm!


ICE Co. Signing Out

Power. Current. Grounded.

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