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Groton Wind Power Project

Grafton County, New Hampshire


The 48 megawatt (MW) Groton Wind Project, is expected to produce, on average enough electricity to power nearly 20,000 average New Hampshire homes. At peak production, the wind farm is expected to produce enough electricity for nearly 58,000 New Hampshire homes.

The project is expected to offset carbon dioxide emissions by approximately 200 million pounds per year. That is the equivalent of removing 16,500 cars from the road, or not burning over 200,000 barrels of oil, each year.

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The 48 megawatt (MW) Groton Wind Project was built with the help of a long list of New Hampshire companies, spent $3.9 million locally during construction, and will annually pay the town of Groton over half a million dollars, an amount approximately equal to the town’s annual municipal budget.


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