New York Times reports on Kansas wind development


On Monday the New York Times published a story about where Kansas fits in this nation’s quest for alternative energy. The story began as follows: “With its open plains and thousands of miles of wheat fields, Kansas is one of the windiest states in the U.S. That makes it a great place for turbines that capture the wind and convert it into electricity. But too few people live there to use all that power.

“So in 2010, developers started planning a large power-line project connecting Kansas with Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. They wanted to move the clean energy generated in Kansas, from both win...

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