Western Iowa to produce more Wind Energy


A portion of the World's largest windfarm. 259 wind turbines over 200 feet tall located in Cherokee and Buena Vista Counties in Northwestern Iowa. Together they produce 192,750 kW of energy. Photo by Jim Hammer, Wikimedia Commons

Western Iowa will soon get a wind energy boost.

MidAmerican Energy announced today that it will buy 258 turbines for new wind farms in Adair, Adams, Calhoun, Cass and Marshall counties, the Des Moines Register reports.

The turbines will provide electricity to about 1.4 million customers in Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois and South Dakota by 2012.

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