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Seto Windhill

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Seto Windhill

View from the neighboring park, taken on October 19, 2005.

The Seto Windhill (瀬戸ウインドヒル発電所 Seto uindo hiru hatsudensho) is a collection of wind turbines located on the peaks of mountains along the Sadamisaki Peninsula, in the town of Ikata, Ehime Prefecture, Japan. The windfarm borders the Seto Wind Hill Park.

The installation consists of 11 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries MWT-1000s with a nameplate capacity of 1000 kW.[1] They were erected starting September 2002, and began full operation in October 2003.

See also


  1. ^ "Mitsubishi to construct 11 MW wind farm in Ehime". WindPower Monthly. Haymarket Media Group Ltd. 1 July 2002. Retrieved 11 October 2014. 

External links

  • Ikata's Wind Power Initiative
  • Seto Wind Hill Park webcams

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