November 16, 2011

Keep Giving Tax Credits for Wind Power?

Rob Hotakainen, Seattle Times


AP Photo

Washington state sometimes has too much of a good thing: power.

In a state that relies heavily on water and wind for its electricity, Mother Nature can be too generous, and it has been causing headaches for energy producers.

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TAGGED: hydroelectric power, wind energy, Seattle

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