Cohocton Wind Watch: Meteorological test towers to be put up in Wayland
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Thursday, November 08, 2012

Meteorological test towers to be put up in Wayland

They’ve been put up around Wayland, so why not in Wayland?

Pittsburgh, Pa. -based Everpower Wind Holdings Inc., the same company with wind turbines in nearby Howard, will be putting up two meteorological test towers in Wayland.

"[Meteorlogical test towers] primarily measure wind speed and direction. The information these towers provide will allow us to assess the wind resource of the area,” Everpower senior director of development Kevin Sheen said.

The results of the tests will help Everpower determine whether there is enough wind speed necessary to build wind turbines, and will help the company learn the wind direction to assist in siting turbine locations.

Everpower is hoping, weather permitting, for the test towers to be up by Christmas.

Everpower's Howard Wind Project utilizes 25 turbines and generates 51.25 megawatts of electricity at full load – enough to power the equivalent of 35,000 households, Sheen?said.

The exact locations of where the Wayland test towers will be placed have not yet been disclosed by Everpower.

However, Sheen said that one met tower, which will stand at 190 feet, will be placed two miles northwest of Hartsville; and the other tower, which will stand 313 feet tall, will be placed two and a half miles southwest of Cohocton.

Each tower will stay in place for at least three years, possibly up to five years.

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