NewEnergyNews: Wind Can Lead The Great-Again Plan

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    Thursday, November 17, 2016

    Wind Can Lead The Great-Again Plan

    Wind Energy Plays a Part in Making America Great

    Kelley Welf, November 17, 2016 (Morning Consult)

    “…[E]nergy was not among the top-of-mind issues for most. Rather, voters were most concerned about the economy, national security, and health-related issues. But wind energy can play an important part in addressing each of these concerns…[V]irtually all installed utility-scale wind capacity is located in [rural America which helped propel Donald Trump to the White House and it is reasonable to surmise he] will focus on the people who helped elect him. Continuing to grow wind power is one of the best ways…[Farmers, ranchers, and other rural landowners have] $222 million in land-lease payments flowing into their pocketbooks every year…[Landowners with wind turbines] invest twice as much money into their farms…There are more than 500 factories in 43 states that build wind-related parts and materials…[and the industry] now supports 88,000 well-paying jobs, with wind technician now America’s fastest growing profession…As we consider the future of renewable energy under a new administration, we should remember that wind energy is already a strong and proud part of what makes America great.” click here for more

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