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<laugh> I should have been clearer on that part. Since windmills are usually employed in rural areas, this includes the required energy of a farm with its facilities.

For example, here in Bulgaria, windmills are gaining popularity as a power source for meat producing complexes (small pig farms with a meat processing facility). But I think you have a point there, as I hear some of the farm managers sell part of the electricity to the neighbouring towns.

Be careful! Is it classified?

by darin (dkaloyanov[at]gmail.com) on Tue Feb 28th, 2006 at 04:37:01 PM EST
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