Wind offers Oklahoma schools a lifeline during budget cuts

May 16, 2017

The Oklahoman recently took a look at what the Sooner State’s growing wind industry has meant for rural school districts.

Its findings: wind power has made a big difference.

Oklahoma has faced steep cuts to its state education budget in recent years, but wind payments have helped bridge the gap for many small-town districts.

Click here to read the full story from Into the Wind.

Organizations

Wind energy contributes substantially to Oklahoma’s economy, continuously opening new opportunities for business as well as for landowners and communities.

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Individuals

Job creation, energy independence, economic stability and reduced carbon dioxide emissions—some of the benefits of wind power—affect every Oklahoman. Show your support for wind energy today.

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