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|Wednesday, December 22, 2010|
Small Windspire wind turbines use microclimate winds on a ridge in the Grizzly Peak foothills northeast of Ashland.
After federal and state tax credits and rebates, the out-of-pocket cost for the turbines was $3,500 apiece, which could pay for itself in five years.
Read more at the Daily Tidings.
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