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About Wind Power
Those who know wind power talk about it #InTheirOwnWords
American wind turbines now generate enough low-cost electric power for over 20 million homes. What does that really mean for Americans? What would wind power in my community look like? Are American families really finding work in wind power? Hear the answers straight from the source in the 1-2 minute videos below.
One traffic light town talks about wind
How did a Texas couple start working for wind?
What are the pros and cons of wind power
Son comes home to his father in Maine
Why this Coloradan sees his wind power job as his American duty
How does wind power upstate New York?
Why does this Utah tire salesman like wInd power
High tech employment pairs well with small town living
Wind power helps a father pass his farm on to his son
From hogs and soybeans to wind turbines
How do veterans’ skills translate to wind power?
Better views than a skyscraper
Power of Wind
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