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The Answer is Blowing in the Wind

All this argues for the electric utility companies to spend far less money planning natural-gas and nuclear-fired power plants and far more on wind mills and improvements to the grid

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Energy Sprawl

Renewables have many advantages, but lessening the impact of energy provision on natural habitat does not appear to be among them.

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Wind Power, but not right here.

I am underwhelmed by the medical evidence presented on the harmful effects of windmills, relative to the health impacts of coal-fired power plants to all residents who live downwind.

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