Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Midwest Wind Energy Suspends Two Wind Projects in Wisconsin.

Green energy "uncertainty" in Wisconsin continues the "We're bad for business" Republican slogan from a year ago. 
jsonline: Midwest Wind Energy is suspending development of two wind farms in Wisconsin, the Illinois company said Wednesday. 
The company developed the Butler Ridge wind farm in Dodge County and the Cedar Ridge project in Fond du Lac County, projects now owned and operated by other companies. 
Midwest Wind said it was actively working on a 98-megawatt wind farm in Calumet County and another project for which a location had not yet been announced. Midwest Wind cited development opportunities in other states at a time when Wisconsin policymakers are moving to restrict wind farm development. 
"Most states are clearly open for renewable energy development and the economic development dollars and jobs that come with it,” said Stefan Noe, company president. “So long as there are states rolling out the welcome mat it doesn't make sense to devote significant dollars to a state that is creating unreasonable roadblocks for wind development." 

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