Went looking for a eagle’s nest out by the airport today. Walked up and down the road west of the CEA substation, where Rio said it was. Couldn’t find it but did hear Eagle voices. They were in the wind. Somewhere.
Megawatts of electricity are generated by the wind in lots of places in amerika, but not here. Our electrical energy is mostly generated by natural gas turbans, and the heat those fires make generate some more electricity. The rail belt has three hydro plants that kick in a few megawatts, and of course some coal is used up by Fairbanks.
Our electrical power generation is MAJOR at pumping carbon into the environment.
As long as Cook Inlet gas keeps pumping the geothermal from the volcanoes that are on the west side of the Inlet will never be utilized
Oil & Gas Production Platform Cook Inlet
Photo swiped from world wide web
That's just a Mt. Spurr, volcano in the background. Pay no attention to it.
Union sisters and brothers are building the project.
When these blades swing in the wind photo plankton will be 17 mw safer.