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The Department of Veterans Affairs' National Energy Business Center (VA-NEBC) in Brecksville, Ohio, is planning a pilot project to design and install wind turbine electric generating systems at the VA Medical Center in St. Cloud, Minn., and the VA National Cemetery in Bourne, Mass.

This turnkey design-build pilot project will include anemometry studies, data and analysis, design services, obtaining permits, training labor and materials.

The performance objective for the wind turbine in St. Cloud is a minimum rated capacity between 300 kW and 750 kW and in Bourne, a minimum rated capacity between 60 kW and 100 kW.

SOURCE: Department of Veterans Affairs' National Energy Business Center

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