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Hull Wins DOE Wind Power Pioneer Award

The Town of Hull, Massachusetts, has won the Department of Energy's Wind Power Pioneer Award. The distinction recognizes the Town of Hull for its "outstanding leadership in advancing the use of wind power in a coastal community". The statement continues: "a model for engaging the entire community to understand and move forward together on its wind power project, from school teachers, utility engineers and local leaders to state government, academia and industry"  

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Celebrating Hull Wind 2, opening day 2006   click here

Dick Miller, head of Hull Light, speaks his mind   click here

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Hull Wind Production


4 Jan 2019

Hull 1


Hull 2


Total Generation






(5-mo. period since 20Dec12 is an estimate :we based this based on HW1's output in the identical period of time)

Days Commissioned

6,217 days

149,208 hours

17 years and 8 days


Hours generating ~ 60% ~ 57%
Capacity Factor 24.65%

22.9 %

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Pictures of Hull 2

The photo is from April 7, 2006, taken by 'skyshots' over the town's landfill.


The Harvard Gazette : June 15, 2006
"Harvard to purchase renewable energy credits." Agreement supports wind power generation from Hull.
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Wind Power



Hull Wind I Report here

Hull Wind II Report here

Citizens for Alternative Renewable Energy

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