10 MW....so, a backup generator for something?
I live in a town of 5,000 a small town is a few hundred or less.Very, very, very small town. Like, well under 10,000 people. St. Mary's County certainly uses far more than 10MW, not including the need for peaking power, or "reserve capability", etc.
10MW is more like a neighborhood than a town.
My home town was 14,000 when I left, and is something over 30,000 now. I always considered my 14,000 home town to be a "small" town, but it is a matter of perspective.I live in a town of 5,000 a small town is a few hundred or less.
This only functions in a constant wind speed of at least 23 miles/hour, per the link. That's an off-shore kind of thing. I do not know how many acres per windmill would be required to keep one windmill from robbing wind from other windmills, but quick math says that your 125 windmills could be reduced to 20 windmills to get the same power, PROVIDED 23 miles/hour continuous wind.If the Wildcat wind farm about 8 miles from me that has 125 windmills producing nominal power: 200,000 kW.
If they each produced 10 MW it would be a different game in production and or less windmills are easier on the eyes and landscape.