Utilities See Winds Shift for Wind Power

[WIND] In less than a decade, wind turbines have gone from a public relations tool to a virtual necessity for Wisconsin’s biggest utilities. Once viewed as too green by the slow-to-change utility industry, wind farms are cropping up in Wisconsin and other windy regions. Wisconsin is on the brink of a massive windmill expansion. Most of today’s wind farms are near Dodgeville and Green Bay. Plans call for building 250 or more turbines in Fond du Lac and Dodge counties, possibly by the end of this year.
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