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Essex, Conn.-based Noble Environmental Power held a joint ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the start of operations at New York's newest wind projects - the 100.5 MW Noble Clinton Windpark and the 81 MW Noble Ellenburg Windpark, both located in Clinton County. Together, the two Noble windparks represent a $360 million investment.

A second ceremony was scheduled to officially mark the start of operations at the new 100.5 MW Noble Bliss Windpark in Wyoming County, N.Y.

"The opening of these windparks and others across the U.S. is the clearest possible demonstration of how protecting the environment and creating new jobs and economic development can go together," says Tom Gray, deputy executive director of the American Wind Energy Association.

SOURCE: Noble Environmental Power



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