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Saving Energy Makes $en$e

2012 has been a hot year. In Nebraska, a quarter of the days in May had temperatures 90 F or higher. Experts are predicting a hot and humid summer. People are sweating: farmers are worried about their crops, and high temperatures could lead to excess water usage causing droughts. Even Monsanto is concerned about the changing climate.

Growing Stronger

We know that a majority of Nebraskans favorably regard wind energy. We know that Nebraska has incredible wind resources, ranked fourth nationwide. We know that wind development in Nebraska can unleash $1.7 Billion of economic potential annually. All the pieces are in place for a revolutionary wind industry to grow.

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