Vestas Study Claims Cheaper Wind

Randers, Denmark [] A Danish study, published on the heels of a European energy report, says wind power is cheaper after pollution is weighed into fossil fuel costs … according to a recent study by Emerging Energy Research. Peter Brun, vice president of governmental relations for Vestas, a Danish wind turbine production company, said the company commissioned the study to try and expose the hidden costs involved in energy production.
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