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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wind blowing against Alexander's energy arguments


Sen. Lamar Alexander has long opposed a tax credit for wind energy and thinks that modern windmills are a blight on the landscape, but the sector continues to grow in some areas of the country.


WASHINGTON — Few issues arouse as much passion for Tennessee Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander as federal subsidies for wind-generated electricity.
But utilities, including his home-state Tennessee Valley Authority, are finding they like wind power more and more.
Alexander, up for re-election in 2014, argues the country needs 100 new nuclear plants to ensure low cost and clean power for the 21st century.Continue reading[ USA Today]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nuke has always been a good fit for our area and provides over a thousand very good jobs. The two hundred turbine in the 1000 islands will give us 20 jobs at most bit electric bill and will take away our home value.