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MIL-OSI Energy: Wind likely to top coal as Kansas’ leading electricity supplier this year

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Source: Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis KCUR: Wind is beginning to challenge coal’s status as the primary energy source for electricity produced in Kansas. The shift has accelerated almost exponentially since 2010. As the cost to develop major wind projects has decreased, the cost to operate and maintain aging coal plants has gone […]

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