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Wind Prospect CWP (WPCWP) has announced it has received planning permission to build the Boco Rock Wind farm near Nimmitabel, New South Wales, Australia. The Boco Rock Wind Farm will comprise 122 turbines with a maximum capacity of 270MW.

In developing Boco Rock, WPCWP used the remote sensing measurement technology developed by US-based Second Wind, Inc. WPCWP deployed three Triton Sonic Wind Profilers at various locations around the Boco Rock site to measure hub height wind speeds and to validate the shear profile above the height of the site’s meteorological towers. The meteorological towers were instrumented with Second Wind’s Nomad 2 data loggers. The first Triton was deployed on the Boco Rock site in August 2009. Construction will begin at Boco Rock in mid-2011, with a target completion date in 2013.
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