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A Green Energy Strategy

Dear Source:

This is a long overdue first step. I have given up on trying to get anyone to listen on this issue. In the past I have volunteered all of the information needed to site and engineer the needed infrastructure to get the electrical power to the grid. On St. Croix is a non-issue. If a kite can fly then the wind will turn a windmill. As to the wind speed issues just go to Hamm’s Bluff or the radar site on West end. If this actually happens in my lifetime, I for one will be very surprised.
James Babe, Ph.D.
St. Thomas

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Dear Source:

This is a long overdue first step. I have given up on trying to get anyone to listen on this issue. In the past I have volunteered all of the information needed to site and engineer the needed infrastructure to get the electrical power to the grid. On St. Croix is a non-issue. If a kite can fly then the wind will turn a windmill. As to the wind speed issues just go to Hamm's Bluff or the radar site on West end. If this actually happens in my lifetime, I for one will be very surprised.
James Babe, Ph.D.
St. Thomas