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(Grist)   In 2007, 25% of wind turbines installed in America were made in America. In 2012 it was 72%   (grist.org ) divider line
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2013-08-15 04:29:05 PM  
This is the idiocy we have to deal with in Idaho.

http://www.energyintegrityproject.org/EIP_Billboards.html
 
2013-08-15 06:44:41 PM  

Beeblebrox: This is the idiocy we have to deal with in Idaho.

http://www.energyintegrityproject.org/EIP_Billboards.html


EIP billboards? BIE?
 
2013-08-16 12:44:58 AM  
I'm surpised that green energy initiatives aren't being pursued much more heavily. They have the potential for not only creating new jobs, but also for weaning us off oil, as well as providing the country with a viable export (both energy and hardware). Thats like, three birds with one stone and stuff.
 
2013-08-16 01:10:31 AM  

Veloram: I'm surpised that green energy initiatives aren't being pursued much more heavily. They have the potential for not only creating new jobs, but also for weaning us off oil, as well as providing the country with a viable export (both energy and hardware). Thats like, three birds with one stone and stuff.


Well, Obama's had 4 years so far. Maybe he'll do something in the next 4.

But don't hold your breath.
 
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