'The wild west of wind': Republicans push Texas as unlikely green energy leader
February 20, 2017
The Guardian - Living in New York and Washington, Greg Wortham heard all the grand
talk about green energy from liberal politicians. Then he returned to the place where
he grew up, a small town that embraced wind power so warmly that within a couple of
years of the first turbine turning, it had some of the biggest farms on the planet.
"It has vast space and people who own the land see the value of using the land," said
Carsten Westergaard, a professor at the National Wind Institute at Texas Tech University.
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