Bayonne Gets Wind Turbine

A wind turbine located at the Bayonne Municipal Utilities Authority’s Oak Street pumping station will produce 3.3 gigawatt hours of electricity a year, enough to power 600 single-family homes for the same period. Some residents are worried about the turbine’s effect on property values and the level of noise it will emit.

Bayonne’s new turbine that will power MUA pumping stations has its official bow as some neighbors air noise and safety concerns

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