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Wind Energy Coming Back

Wind Energy Coming Back

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The American Wind Energy Association is holding their annual Windpower convention this week in Las Vegas.

Steve Wegmen of the South Dakota Renewable Energy Association says the industry seems to be coming out of a low spot of development.

He says some changes at the distribution level should help more wind projects get off the ground in South Dakota…

 

Wegman says there are a few projects ready to start in the state…

 

Wegmen made a presentation on wind projects and property taxes. He says they found some surprises when they did the research…

 

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