Report from REVOLUTION, first Oklahoma Wind Energy Conference

Environmental writer John Sutter attended and wrote up a report for the Gazette

How could wind power evolve in Oklahoma’s future?

Last week, a group of politicians, ranch owners and energy industry types met in downtown Oklahoma City to discuss not only what the future wind power industry might look like in this state, but also how to get there, where “there” is and what obstacles stand in the way.

More than 1,000 people registered to attend REVOLUTION, the inaugural Oklahoma Wind Energy Conference, which was held at the Cox Convention Center Dec. 2 and 3.

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