Iowa Farmer Focus of Wind-Energy Debate An Iowa farmer is at the center of a legal battle that could have far-reaching effects for the future of wind-generated power in the United States. The dispute is over whether people who put up wind turbines have the right to connect them to the power grid and sell excess electricity back to utilities. NPR's Greg Allen reports.
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Iowa Farmer Focus of Wind-Energy Debate

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Iowa Farmer Focus of Wind-Energy Debate

Iowa Farmer Focus of Wind-Energy Debate

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