Aruba’s 70 square miles of island, just north off the coast of Venezuela, are mostly known for hosting resorts with a palapa for every guest and beachfront drink service. Visitors to the island also know that the Trade Winds blow strong there–making Aruba the perfect test spot for a large windmill farm that could help the island get to 100 percent energy sustainability by 2020.
The Aruban government is investing $1 billion to freshen its image, inclu
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