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Healthier, More Environmentally Friendly Alternatives for Energy - Wind Power

Wind Power Overview

Wind power is clean, plentiful and the world's fastest growing source of energy. Countries like Germany, Denmark, Spain and India are becoming major users of wind energy. While it has been slower to catch on in the U.S., you can see major wind farms in the American Southwest. But American farmers and rural residents have known for a long time that harnessing the power of the wind makes sense. And if you have the space and vertical clearance, you can also take advantage of wind power to lower your emissions and power bills.

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