State watches wind power’s potential
May 7th, 2006

MITCHELL (AP) – Production of wind-powered electricity in South Dakota is well behind its potential, but a state official says that is not bad.

Some of the states with big production capacities also are stuck with hundreds of old, inefficient wind turbines that produce expensive electricity, and South Dakota is poised to grow its wind industry at a better time, Dusty Johnson, vice chairman of the state Public Utilities Commission, said.


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