One of the pleasures of working on energy in Pennsylvania for 28 years is involvement in many great projects. As Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, I pushed hard to get wind farms built and encouraged repeatedly BP to bring investment to Pennsylvania to build the Meehoopany wind farm.
The 144 megawatt Meehoopany wind farm is now operational and is Pennsylvania's biggest.
http://citizensvoice.com/news/bp-s-meehoopany-wind-farm-online-1.1426932. The wind farm was a $250 million project, putting the cost per watt at well below $2. It required 400 construction workers and will need 10-15 permanent employees.
The wind farm will generate substantial amounts of zero pollution electricity, enough to supply 40,000 homes. All that power will help to clean the air and keep power prices affordable. Cleaner, cheaper power, and jobs makes the Meehoopany wind farm a great project for Pennsylvania's future.