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Studies Examine Developing Wyoming Wind For Colorado Use

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Two new studies suggest that Wyoming and Colorado both would benefit by coordinating development of wind energy and power lines to carry that electricity.

One study by the University of Wyoming's Wind Research Center shows that Wyoming's wind is stronger than the wind in Colorado

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Carbon Co. Wind Farm Project Filing Pushed Back

A company has pushed back by a year its plans to apply for a state permit to build a large wind farm in Carbon County.

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a4gpa, Flickr
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UW Prof Works to Increase Energy Efficiency of Wind Farms

Worldwide, the low efficiency of wind farms is a mystery, considering it seems logical that the momentum of the wind moving from one wind turbine to the next -- much like a domino effect -- should actually increase energy efficiency.

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5.18 Sen. John Barrasso, Gene McNair of Sheridan, Sen. Mike Enzi
5.18 Sen. John Barrasso, Gene McNair of Sheridan, Sen. Mike Enzi
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Wyo. Senators Vote No On Wind Tax Credit Extension

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Both of Wyoming's senators voted against a proposal to extend a federal tax break for wind energy production.

The measure — an amendment to a transportation bill — failed in a 49-49 vote on Tuesday

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George Frey/Getty Images
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Pioneer Wind Gets Continued Opposition

The Industrial Siting Council decision to permit the construction of 62 wind turbines in the mountains south of Glenrock will be challenged by a Converse County opposition group. Here's more on Pioneer Wind Parks I and II

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Governors Office Announces A Wind Tower Manufacturing Facility For Cheyenne

A press release from the governors office has the details.

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Legislative Report: Wind Energy Breezes Floor [AUDIO]

Teacher tenure, wind energy and the defense of marriage constitutional amendment were just some of the issues facing the Legislature Wednesday.

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