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GE is building America's first offshore wind farm with turbines twice as tall as the Statue of Liberty

Off the shore of Block Island, GE is building America's first offshore wind farm. The turbines would tower over the Statue of Liberty. Follow BI Video:   On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
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