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Wind turbines propel Logan's energy efforts

Jorge Andrade helped install five wind turbines yesterday on the roof of the Logan Office Center. About 100,000 kilowatt- hours are expected to eventually be produced annually by the array, which will number 20. Jorge Andrade helped install five wind turbines yesterday on the roof of the Logan Office Center. About 100,000 kilowatt- hours are expected to eventually be produced annually by the array, which will number 20. (jonathan wiggs/globe staff)
By Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / March 5, 2008

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No, those were not propeller planes that mistakenly landed on Logan International Airport's headquarters yesterday. (Full article: 518 words)

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