On Wednesday, Wisconsin Senator Frank Lasee appeared before the Public Service Comssision to continue his fight against wind turbines. Today, the Wisconsin Energy Business Association (WEBA) pushed back in a press release, "Wisconsin Businesses Call on Sen. Lasee to End His War on Wind."
From the press release:
In another attempt to hinder wind development and economic growth in Wisconsin, state
WEBA represents over 70 solar, wind, biofuels and energy companies in Wisconsin.
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