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One of today’s greatest global challenges is the need for more affordable, reliable, clean, secure and renewable sources of electricity. Relying solely on coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear fuels to generate electricity is far from optimal. Fossil fuels are neither renewable nor clean. Their extraction, transportation, and combustion generate air emissions, acid rain, water pollution, and, most importantly, CO 2 emissions that are causing climate change. Moreover, fossil fuel price volatility and supply disruption can wreak havoc on local and national economies. Nuclear energy raises issues of national security and nuclear waste disposal. Wind power diversifies our nation’s energy supply and reduces our dependence on foreign fuel supplies – which helps to strengthen our national security.

Wind power is a commercially proven, rapidly growing form of electricity generation that provides clean, renewable, and cost-effective electricity around the world. There are numerous advantages to using wind to produce electricity.

  • It’s clean. Wind-generated electricity does not pollute the air, water or soil, does not create acid rain, radioactive waste, or generate CO2 emissions which contribute to global warming. Additionally, wind power does not consume the large amounts of water needed by other energy sources.
  • It’s renewable. Wind is the result of daily solar radiation. Unlike fossil fuels, the supply of wind power is unlimited and cannot be depleted.
  • It’s economical. The price of electricity generated by well-suited wind power plants is competitive with the price of electricity from new fossil fuel plants. The price of wind power is not subject to fuel price increases, supply disruptions, or stricter limits on pollution. The price of fuel (wind) is free.
  • It’s fast to install. Large utility-scale wind power plants are routinely built in less than one year. By contrast, most other large power plants take years to construct.
  • It’s compatible with other land uses. Wind turbines and related facilities at a utility-scale wind power plant typically occupy less than 3% of total project land area. The vast majority of land remains free to use in other ways, including ranching, farming, mineral development, recreation, and many other activities.
  • It promotes national security and energy independence. Wind energy is home-grown. It cannot be embargoed, and because the wind is free, it is not subject to the price volatility of fossil fuels. Wind-generated electricity diversifies our energy supply, reduces our dependence on foreign fuels, and reduces the flow of our money to potentially hostile governments, which increases our national security.

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