Boost Kansas: Our state is a national leader on wind energy. Wind is powering our economy into the future.

Boost Kansas: Our state is a national leader on wind energy. Wind is powering our economy into the future.

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Kansas is a national leader on wind energy. Renewables are powering our economy into the future. Not only is the Sunflower State at the center of the contiguous U.S., but with common-sense federal and state policies, Kansas can continue to be at the center of renewable energy development, enhancing our communities and businesses for generations.

Economic Impact of Renewables in Kansas

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    Kansas Clean Energy Resources

    Virtual Panel Discussion – Boosting Kansas’ Workforce Through Renewable Energy.

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    Kansas American Wind Week Panel Discussion

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    Wind Powers American Business

    Companies across the country are investing in wind energy to power their businesses and have established themselves as a major demand driver for wind power. Last year set a record for corporate purchasing as companies entered agreements to procure over 4.4 gigawatts of wind energy. AWEA’s new Wind Powers American Business report provides a detailed look at corporate procurement of wind energy in the U.S.
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    Wind Energy in Kansas

    Kansas now ranks 5th in the nation for wind, solar, and energy storage capacity with over 7,359 MW of operating capacity representing $13 billion in capital investment.
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    Wind Builds the Future in Rural Communities

    Communities across the country, particularly those in rural areas, currently face a barrage of challenges as they seek to build vibrant local economies. Attracting and retaining young people, adequately funding schools, and providing essential services have all proved difficult in recent years. And that was before the COVID-19-induced recession added another layer of uncertainty. However, some communities are overcoming these obstacles better than others — those hosting wind projects.
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    Kansas Wind and Solar Energy News

    WIBW News 13 | October 28, 2021

    Kansas generates second most electricity from renewable energy