“crash course in sustainable wind energy”

“in fact, this could be the first “net-zero” building in Coos County. That means all of the energy needed to operate the museum and aquarium is expected to be generated on site.

No offense, but with all such claims … I’ll believe it when they cut the wires to the grid.

If they actually do cut the cord, I suspect the estimated 10,000 visitors who walk through the doors of the new Charleston Marine Life Center really will get a “crash course in sustainable wind energy.

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