Wind energy contributes to the local economy by creating new construction jobs, ongoing maintenance jobs, and increasing the taxable property base in a town. In fact, in 2017, the Bureau of Labor Statistics named "wind turbine technician" as the fastest growing job in the United States. Learn more at WBUR by clicking here.
Wind energy is a critical part of the United States' transition to a clean-energy economy. Once erected, wind energy generators catch the wind for 20+ years! Wind is a free and clean energy source -- allowing wind projects to provide stable energy pricing for many years.
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