Wind farms need more study, Rahall and science group says

By Emily Corio
There’s a growing interest in the potential of wind energy in WV. So far, there’s only one wind project operating. It is in Tucker County; another is under construction in Grant County. Several more projects are in the pipeline – some awaiting state approval and others in court. Cong. Nick Rahall and a National Academy of Sciences study are calling for more scrutiny of wind farms’ effects on wildlife.

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