Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm (ACUA)

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Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm (ACUA)

The Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm in Atlantic City, New Jersey, is the first coastal wind farm in the United States and the first wind farm in New Jersey. It became operational in December 2005 and consists of five 1.5 MW turbines built by General Electric. Each wind turbine reaches a height of 397 feet. The wind farm is located at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) Wastewater Treatment Plant on U.S. Route 30 and is visible from highways approaching Atlantic City. The treatment plant will use between 35% and 60% of the wind-generated capacity from the wind turbines, providing about 50% of the wastewater plant's electricity needs, with the remaining energy being provided to the main power grid for resale as premium renewable electricity.

Live real-time energy link to wind turbines and solar arrays can be found here.
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