Legislation putting a chill into wind energy prospects in Oklahoma, critics say

March 16, 2014 by  
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Legislation putting a chill into wind energy prospects in Oklahoma, critics say

Legislation putting a chill into wind energy prospects in Oklahoma, critics say

Legislation that would put a moratorium on wind farms east of Interstate 35 passed the Oklahoma Senate last week and now heads to the House. Courtesy



Posted: Sunday, March 16, 2014 12:00 am
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Updated: 4:01 am, Sun Mar 16, 2014.

Legislation putting a chill into wind energy prospects in Oklahoma, critics say

By BARBARA HOBEROCK World Capitol Bureau

TulsaWorld.com

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OKLAHOMA CITY — A proposed moratorium on wind farms east of Interstate 35 is having a chilling effect on a booming new industry, critics say.


But supporters of legislation calling for the three-year stoppage said the industry is relatively unregulated and more study is needed.

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