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Fenton wind farm at sunrise

At the end of 2008, the installed capacity for wind power in Minnesota was 1,754 megawatts (MW), and wind farms provided more than 7 per cent of the electricity used in the state.[1] Wind farms in Minnesota include the Buffalo Ridge Wind Farm (225 MW) and the Fenton Wind Farm (206 MW). The 201 MW Nobles Wind Farm is due to be commissioned in 2010.[2]

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