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wind-powered

[ˈwɪndˌpaʊəd] ADJimpulsado por el viento
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7283-E for the Purchase of Energy produced by Wind-Powered Plants under the concession scheme (Build, Operate and Transfer-BOT).
If economics of scale come into play to dramatically reduce the cost of wind-powered hydrogen electrolyzers, reports a paper by Harry Braun of the Hydrogen Political Action Committee posted on EV World, then electricity could be generated at a cost of one cent per kilowatt-hour, resulting in liquid hydrogen produced for the same cost as gasoline at $1.
The plan is to find good locations to build wind-powered turbines that will generate a combined total of at least 50 megawatts of electricity.