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Where turbines wind up to get their second wind

Plymouth company refurbishes equipment for smaller projects

Aeronautica Windpower cofounder Brian Kuhn examines old turbine blades at the company's Plymouth yard. Aeronautica Windpower cofounder Brian Kuhn examines old turbine blades at the company's Plymouth yard. (Tom Herde/Globe Staff)
By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / September 11, 2008

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A start-up company in Plymouth is giving aging turbines a second wind. As established wind farms in California and other locations across the country begin to replace their decades-old machines with newer and larger models, Aeronautica Windpower is refurbishing some of the decommissioned turbines for use in small projects planned to generate electricity for schools, communities, small businesses, and farms. (Full article: 456 words)

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