Wind turbines made by GE scheduled to blight land near Imus ranch
- "A Chicago-based energy company has signed a two-year option on more than 7,000 acres of state trust land atop a San Miguel County mesa for a potential wind farm.
- Each turbine, made by General Electric, can produce up to 1.5 megawatts of electricity, enough to power about 400 homes a year.
Bill Madison, who owns a vineyard just east of the mesa, said he’s opposed to large turbines disturbing views. He said some neighbors are worried about a low level of noise the turbines might produce."
- A Land Office spokesperson said surrounding communities have opposed wind farms.
- via Radio Daily News