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This question is a little weird. As far as I know, watt is a unit of power, which is work/time, so you can't have watts per year. If it was 356,965 Joules per year, then I guess it would be a matter of calculating the power, then finding out how big the turbine would have to be to generate that amount of power. I don't really know how to do that, but I think you would need to know the speed of the wind in the location where the turbine is to be installed.

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