A New Gust of Wind Projects Across the US

[The Christian Science Monitor] Out in the dwindling oil fields around McCamey, Texas, where rattlesnakes outnumber people and black-gold gushers once blew their tops, a new energy geyser is blowing — wind power. More than 860 wind turbines today pinwheel where oil derricks once bloomed, cranking out pollution-free megawatts for wind developers like FPL Energy, a Juno Beach, Fla., utility with the nation’s largest wind-power portfolio. In turn, that energy is transmitted to cities like Austin.
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