TARTU - Situated on a windswept peninsula overlooking the cool waters of the Baltic Sea, Pakri Wind Park could be just another wind terminal in Denmark, where nearly a quarter of all energy consumed is generated by wind power. Instead, if all goes well, the 18.4 megawatt station with its eight turbines plus the output from smaller installations in Estonia will probably generate 2.5 percent of this country's energy supply by the end of this year, according to Jaan Tepp, the head of the Estonian Wind Energy Association, a non-governmental organization that lobbies on behalf on the local wind ...
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