Huge wind power blades recently were unloaded from a cargo ship in Eastport, Maine. The blades are destined for a 60-megawatt wind power project at Rollins Mountain, in Lincoln. Eastport dock workers are thrilled about the arrival of new work just as the Domtar paper mill was being closed. Wind power projects create clean energy and green jobs – as Maine builds more projects we’ll see more shipments of parts, more involvement by Maine businesses, and more people working at wind power projects. Northern Maine Community College last year started a wind power technicians program which offers a two-year technical degree for people interested in operating, maintaining, and repairing wind turbine generators. The program already has 42 students.