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    Wednesday, July 26, 2006

    CHANGE BLOWIN' ACROSS THE LAND

    Wind energy projects are developing all over the heartlands:

    Minnesota blows away energy crisis
    Soaring oil prices, along with government incentives, are drawing US investors into the wind market and more turbines are being erected
    Idaho developers ready to tap the state's wind energy potential
    BOISE -- Scientists rank Idaho 13th in the nation for wind energy potential.
    Wisconsin utility buys development rights for wind farm project
    Wisconsin Power and Light Co. has bought the development rights to the Cedar Ridge Wind Farm project in Fond du Lac County, Wis.

    Kilowatts Per Acre?
    The breeziest part of Missouri
    is attracting more interest for companies wanting to set up wind farms. Two more companies are leasing land in northwest missouri's Atchison County, which is considered part of Missouri where the wind speeds are consistently high enough to turn the big blades of a generating windmill.
    Texas tops in wind energy production
    DALLAS -- Long known as a top oil- and natural gas-producing state, Texas has gained new energy acclaim by becoming the nation's top producer of wind energy.
    Please note: These aren't stories about the FLEASABILITY of wind energy but about INVESTMENTS in it.

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