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Author Topic: Hurricane Gonzalo meets Bergey!  (Read 682 times)
Pigsywigsy
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« on: November 01, 2014, 12:42:40 AM »

I was pleasantly surprised on Monday morning when I looked at the Bergey monitoring web site front page and found thanks to the tail end of Hurricane Gonzalo (and some other Bergey owners no longer making their stats public) ours had been the No1 producing turbine on Sunday!

1st time that's happened (and more than likely the last too)!

Other turbine names blanked out on the attached screenshot.

Fingers crossed for more wind.......
Drew


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