We hiked up close to the turbines. It was a 1.5 mile hike that took almost 90 minutes up a steep trail.
Here’s what the turbines look like from a distance.
Conservationists worked with the builders, and removed endangered species of vegetation before construction began, then re-planted them when it was completed.
Meanwhile, in southern California, SoCal Edison has contracted for the biggest-yet US wind farm
It’ll be in the windy Tehachapi area, spread over 50 square miles, generating a massive 1500 MW.
“This project alone will be almost as much wind power as the entire country had at the beginning of this century,”