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To show support for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Boston-based developer First Wind says it is again lighting one of its wind turbines the color pink throughout October.

The turbine, which will be lit at night, is part of the company's Steel Winds project. The 35 MW wind farm is located atop a brownfield in Lackawanna, N.Y., and First Wind says this is its third year trying to raise breast cancer awareness at the site.




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