How big are the wind turbines in the Great Lakes?



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    The proposed wind turbines on the Great Lakes will be 260 foot tall turbines.  The lakes have the potential to house 100,000 turbines and produce 321,000 megawatts of energy, but do to the environmental impact and the aesthetics it is highly unlikely to happen.  However, the proposal is to put around 10 off the shores of Michigan and see if the studies were accurate, then add a few more.  The lakes provide a great source of wind so it will be really good to have them out there.

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