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The Port of Vancouver has been selected as port of entry for this year's largest wind-powered electric generation facility, scheduled for construction in Washington State.

Over the next six months, Vancouver will handle over 1,000 sections of gigantic towers, blades and nacelles making their way through downtown Vancouver en route to Washington's newest wind farm - Wild Horse - under construction near Ellensburg, Wash.

The Vestas wind turbines are capable of producing 1.8-MW of power.


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