Savvy policies can grow Wisconsin’s renewable energy jobs

Aaron Auch thought he’d be an electrician, but shifted gears to work inside wind power turbines: “I still talk to people who can’t believe I’ve climbed up inside those things.”...

...Clean energy projects — and the jobs and economic growth they create — flourish in places with policies that help these businesses grow. It’s time for Wisconsin to return as a renewable energy leader...

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Ken Notes: I agree and Wisconsin should become a leader in renewable energy, but we differ on the role of existing utilities. I believe they play and important role in this process and did in fact develop the grid and maintain it. So at the very least the deserve a seat at the table as renewables are discussed. If we force them to accept third party renewables without a balanced agreement we are not becoming leaders we are becoming dictators.



- - Volume: 8 - WEEK: 5 Date: 1/27/2020 10:10:01 AM -