Thursday, March 1, 2012

Wind Farm in Atlantic City

This technology is the great powers are beginning to implement as a way to alleviate the problem of energy demand, and in the case of the United States of America, this solution is ready to come true.

In recent times have planned a lot of projects by the U.S. government to start investing heavily in Clean Energy, seeking to engage with reduced emissions of carbon dioxide that respect did not come too, or at least not with the emphasis that had been promised after their accession to various conventions and protocols.

Among the forward-looking statements include the installation of a large number of offshore wind farms, although none has begun to be built so far were mainly distributed in the corridor of the U.S. East Coast.

The first to begin construction, as of March, would be located in Atlantic City, with the construction of an Offshore Wind Farm would have a production capacity of about 25 MW Wind Energy to supply the energy equivalent of 10,000 homes , replacing that which comes from thermal plants as you know, notoriously pollute the environment.

If all goes well would be completed by the end of 2012 and begin to be operational in early 2013, being one of the first in a series of farms that will range from Virginia to New York.