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Repeal of RPS doesn't make economic sense

Recent attempts to repeal Kansas’ “renewable portfolio standards” (RPS) just don’t make economic sense. Wind is the main contributor to renewable energy here in Kansas. The Kansas Department of Commerce reports that Kansas has the second highest wind generating capacity in our Nation and is ideally located to export wind energy. KDC goes on to say, “A Kansas location offers companies in the wind supply chain ideal access to the new Siemens nacelle plant and numerous other manufacturers in the region.”
At least $7 billion dollars have already been invested in wind energy and created 13,000 direct and ...


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