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  • Monday, February 6, 2017

    The Rich Winds In Kansas

    Kansas should invest more in wind energy

    Caleb Snider, February 6, 2017 (The Collegian)

    “…Kansas is in a perfect position to capitalize on the green revolution by investing heavily in wind energy…[T]he second windiest state in the country…[and wind produced one-fifth of its 2016 electricity but]…as wind energy becomes cheaper, Kansas should be more incentivized to make the transition away from [the fossil fuels that] pollute our water and air…[In 2016, 101,000] jobs were created in the wind energy sector and…[it] has the potential to support more than 600,000 jobs in manufacturing, installation, maintenance and supporting services by 2050…[It is also] one of the few manufacturing industries that can greatly benefit rural communities and counties…[Over the 20 year life of only 4 Kansas wind projects, landowners will reportedly see about $2  million a year in lease payments and] local governments will see a $1.2  million contribution every year…This kind of revenue can help rural communities thrive by giving well-paying jobs to local residents and providing local governments a reliable source of cash flow, which can be put toward rebuilding roads, replacing aged pipelines, [and] investing in educational resources for schools…” click here for more

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