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2432 – From Left: Steve Thompson (National Park Service), Maggy Inman (NC GreenPower), and Jim McHugh (Zephyr Electric Power) were on hand to dedicate the first grid-connected wind turbine in Eastern NC.

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2461sh – Steve Kalland (Director, NC Solar Center) discusses the development of the Coquina Beach wind project.

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2444 – A large crowd attends the dedication of the Coquina Beach wind project near Nags Head, N.C.

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2457 - Rep. Timothy Spear (Chowan, Dare, Hyde, Washington) speaks at the event.

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2459 - Rep. Timothy Spear (Chowan, Dare, Hyde, Washington) speaks at the dedication.

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2463 – Michael Murray (National Park Service) speaks about federal government involvement with the Coquina Beach wind project.

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2467 – NC GreenPower Board Chair Bob Goodson presents the National Park Service an award for becoming the first grid-tied wind producer in Eastern North Carolina.

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2470 – A large crowd was on hand to dedicate Eastern NC's first active source of wind energy.

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2472 – National Park Service staff converse beneath the Coquina Beach Wind Turbine project.

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2493 – NC GreenPower president Dr. Robert Koger converses with NC GreenPower Chairman Robert Goodson at a reception following the dedication event. 

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2487 – NC Senator Marc Basnight attended a reception following the dedication at the Lone Cedar Restaurant in Nags Head.

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2485 – The inverter and interconnection equipment supporting the Coquina Beach Wind Project.

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2477 – Guests tour the Coquina Beach Wind Project.

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