Wednesday, October 23, 2013

AEP Boosts Wind Purchase To Save Oklahoma Customers $53 Million In One Year

You will not see it in the editorial pages of the WSJ or from the wind-bashing think tanks doing the Koch brothers bidding.  Yet, in the real world, wind power now saves utility customers big money.

"American Electric Power-Public Service Co. of Oklahoma said it originally planned to purchase up to 200 megawatts of wind energy but contracted for an additional 400 megawatts after seeing extraordinary pricing opportunities that will lower utility costs by an estimated $53 million in the first year and even more thereafter."

Wind power lowers utility rates today and in the future. That's a fact in Oklahoma and elsewhere in America.

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