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of the three "local wind"(land and sea breezes, mountain and valley breezes, and chinook and santa ana winds)which do you think could be most easily harnessed for the generation of electricity by a huge wind farm? some important things to consider:strength and constistency of the wind, location of a good electrical grid to carry the power, surface on which to build the farm and proximity to a large population center.

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  1. Try some of the following links for information:

    In the Tehachipi Mountains, for example, between Ca and Arizona, there are many structures spinning.

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=of+all+the+breezes+%26+winds+which+could+most+easily+be+harnessed+for+a+wind+farm

    Sra

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  2. thank you for you help on all of my questions. the links have helped.

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