“Red” Nebraska Is Ready For Its Wind Power Closeup

By Tina Casey, CleanTechnica

According to Ørsted, the new wind farm will pump $3 million per year into the property tax profile of Wayne County, much of which will go to school districts. The new wind farm will also help make the state more attractive to big corporations, which are hungry to rack up sustainable business points with renewable energy. They’ll have to get in line. J.M. Smucker CompanyVail Resorts, and Avery Dennison (the packaging people) have already staked their claim to output from Plum Creek through long term power purchase agreements. Read more here. 

Plum Creek Wind Energy

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A Decade of Investments Into EV Infrastructure: Where’d the Money Go?, Greentech Media
Electric vehicle infrastructure companies have come a long way in the last decade, but they’re still just a small slice of the grid edge investment pie. That’s the upshot of a new study from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables that tracks all known investments in companies building out the charging infrastructure and controls to enable a society-wide shift to electric transportation. EV deployment itself has a robust growth story to tell.