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Permit sought for wind towers  

Kaheawa Wind Power II LLC has applied for a state conservation district use permit to install four 200-foot-tall meteorological measurement towers to gather data on wind speed and direction for possible expansion of its wind farm above Ukumehame.

The towers, which would be secured by guy wires, would take measurements for at least six months, according to the company’s permit application.

Kaheawa Wind Power operates 20 1.5-megawatt wind turbines in the same area that produces 30 megawatts for Maui Electric Co. An environmental assessment is not required for the temporary towers.

Advertiser Staff

honoluluadvertiser.com

5 March 2007

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