Kansas now No. 2 in wind potential – KansasCity.com

The infamous Kansas wind may just become a great revenue stream, which isn’t new news. But Kansas’ potential for producing renewable energy was previously underestimated. New data from the Department of Energy recently revealed that Kansas could generate 3.6 million gigawatt hours of electricity from wind in a year, making it second only to Texas in potential wind-generating capacity. This is exciting news for the Kansas economy! Check out the article for more details. Kansas now No. 2 in wind potential – KansasCity.com.

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