Blowin’ in the wind: Turbine developments’ impact on military training being debated #OK

By National Wind Watch ENID, Okla. – Montana is known as Big Sky Country, but the skies over Oklahoma are plenty spacious in their own right. In fact Mike Cooper, city of Enid military liaison and chairman of Oklahoma Strategic Military Planning Com­mission, calls airspace Ok­­­lahoma’s No. 1 military asset. There are concerns, however, that the state’s recent wind po­­wer boom may compromise that asset. Oklahoma is third among states in terms of wind capacity and total wind energy generation, providing enough electricity to power . . .

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