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1/20/2010 09:00 PM EST
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Hoyt_Stearns   2/10/2010 9:32:00 PM
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I'm curious about how the control of big arrays of wind turbines is done -- I notice as I drive by Palm Springs California that most are not spinning. Is that because there are problems with them or is it being managed by some central facility or something else? -- In any case, it will become irrelevant soon as Steorn's ORBO devices will render them obsolete anyway -- no need for a grid at all -- all devices will contain their energy sourses internally.

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