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March 25 -- A new economic analysis puts more oomph behind the idea of exporting Wyoming wind to California via new transmission.

The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority, a quasi-governmental "instrumentality" of the Cowboy State, Monday released data from a commissioned study at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory. The study makes the claim that Californian ratepayers could save up to $1 billion annually by importing Wyoming wind on a not-yet-built direct-current line. >>View Article

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