FPL energy announces startup of Wisconsin’s largest wind energy facility

Electricity generated at the facility, located in the Iowa County town of Eden, is being sold under multi-year contracts to Wisconsin Electric- Wisconsin Gas, a subsidiary of Wisconsin Energy Corporation, and Alliant Energy-Wisconsin Power and Light.

June 25, 2001—On Tuesday, June 19, the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development approved a Department of Energy funding package which included $376.8 million in funding for renewable energy programs, approximately $1 million more than current levels and $130 million above President Bush’s budget proposal.

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