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March 26 -- Kansas’ 5-year-old renewable portfolio standard is a proven winner in ramping up Kansas as a leader in wind energy – and undeserving of the attack underway at the Statehouse.

The RPS requires that by 2016 the utility companies regulated by the Kansas Corporation Commission get 15 percent of their energy from renewable sources such as wind and solar – a milestone already met – and that such generation reach 20 percent by 2020. Having the law in Kansas has helped attract $7 billion in investment and more than 12,000 jobs. >>View Article

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