Kansas now ranks 14th in wind generation

Wichita EagleApril 9, 2010 

After nearly tripling its wind generation in 2008 and 2009, Kansas now ranks 14th nationally with just over 1,000 megawatts of capacity, according to the annual report from the American Wind Energy Association.

Other facts in the report:

* Kansas wind farms now power the equivalent of more than 350,000 homes.

* Kansas is ranked second among states for its potential wind energy, at 952,371 megawatts.

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