Wind Harvest

[Daily Herald] Blowing around Utah’s many ridges and canyons is more than enough wind to meet the state’s growing electricity needs, but it’s not likely those resources will be harvested unless state energy policy changes. A wind farm in Spanish Fork, which will be the first commercial wind project in the state when it is completed in 2008, has encountered such difficulty that renewable energy proponents are calling for new energy laws.
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