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Revolution Energy LLC has begun the construction of its Harbor Wind project on the property of Port Corpus Christi in Texas, representatives from the port have announced.

The wind project, located on the north side of the port's inner harbor, will be the first wind farm located on industrial port property in North America, according to a statement from Port Corpus Christi.

A total of six wind turbines will be installed at an estimated cost of $20 million, and the wind farm is expected to begin operations in early 2012.



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