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    Do you think that if we switched to wind energy (or dramatically increased our reliance upon it), that we could create a new "green" economy, in which people had "green" jobs (like servicing wind turbines)? If so, would this create much stakeholder interest in continuing to develop those technologies?

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    On Wind Energy

    As with any business, the more demand it has, the more likely the business will grow. Wind Energy is a product that people can choose to purchase to power their homes and other energy needs and currently, the idea that wind energy can provide sustainable energy source excites the world being that fossil fuel, while still available is a diminishing resource. As oil companies mine the earth for oil and gas, whatever they are able to source out is consumed by us all due to our great appetite for energy to power ...

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    The solution provides an opinion on the relevance and impact of wind energy. references are listed. A word version is also attached.

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