Oklahoma wind power ranks in top 10, federal report says

A federal report puts Oklahoma in 8th place for wind power capacity. New development is expected to help the state meet a renewable-energy goal three years ahead of schedule. But uncertainty over a federal tax credit for wind production could stall development across the country.

BY PAUL MONIES Published: August 15, 2012
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Oklahoma remained in eighth place in wind-generation capacity last year but added more than 500 megawatts from new wind farms, according to a federal report on wind energy released Tuesday.

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