$2.3M WIND TURBINE AT VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER ‘INOPERABLE’ FOR LAST 1 1/2 YEARS

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A wind turbine at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in St. Cloud, Minnesota paid for with $2.3 million in federal stimulus funds has been “inoperable” for one and half years.

According to Fox News, the “600-kilowatt wind turbine–some 245 foot tall–stands… frozen” and no one is even trying to fix it.

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In the December 2009 buildup to the allotment of stimulus money for the construction of the St. Cloud turbine, an “administration document” outlined how “agencies… throughout the federal government… [were] already leading by example toward building a clean energy economy.”

Three and a half years later, St. Cloud-based VA public affairs officer Barry Venable said, “The St. Cloud VA is a hospital, and our focus in on [the] patients and we like to think we treat them our veterans very well here. We are embarrassed that this turbine does not operate as advertised.”

WE ARE ALL FOR SOLAR AND WIND POWER-AT THIS POINT IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO COMPETE WITH THE CHINESE AND NEEDS TO BE A PRIVATE SECTOR BUSINESS-NOT A FORCED GOVERNMENT NIGHTMARE!

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