By Kelley Welf on July 17, 2012
Illinois wind farms will bring nearly $6 billion to the state's economy over the lifetime of the projects, including over 19,000 new construction, maintenance and manufacturing jobs, says a new research report entitled, "Economic Impact: Wind Energy in Illinios," released Tuesday by the Center for Renewable Energy at Illinois State University.
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