The political divide over renewable energy is finally starting to blur. That’s a big deal, because many of the prime onshore wind power states in the US fall onto the “red” side. A case in point is Nebraska. Though it boasts some of the best wind in the US, it ranks a lowly #15 in installed capacity. Nevertheless, the economic case for wind power is a compelling one, and the naysayers will find it difficult to push back against the latest Nebraska wind farm to get off the drawing board. Nebraska wind power via Lincoln Clean Energy More Wind Power For Nebraska Lincoln Clean Energy is the developer behind the newly approved Plum Creek wind farm , located in Wayne County, Nebraska. If Lincoln doesn’t ring a bell, it will soon. The company has a footprint in the leading wind state of Texas and it is also represented in South Dakota, another state poised to dominate the renewable energy scene in both wind and solar. Also, Lincoln is a subsidiary of the global wind leader Ørsted. All in all that’s a good indication that Nebraska really is poised to vault into the top wind-producing US states. Ørsted made headlines […]


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