indiana-windturb-clouds.jpgThe growth of large-scale wind developments in Indiana was second highest among states last year, according to the American Wind Energy Association, second only to Texas.

The Hoosier state ranked at the top in 2008 and its leadership continues thanks to the state’s low cost, ease of regulation- and business-friendly environment, say  Indiana officials.

Indiana’s 2009 installation of wind capacity, almost ten percent of the total national output, could generate electricity for at least 271,500 homes.

(READ More in the North-West Indiana Times)

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