The Western Plains 280-megawatt wind farm in Ford County began full operation in March. Westar will own and operate the wind farm, which Infinity Wind developed and Mortenson Construction built.
The Western Plains 280-megawatt wind farm in Ford County began full operation in March. Westar will own and operate the wind farm, which Infinity Wind developed and Mortenson Construction built. Courtesy/Westar Courtesy of Westar
The Western Plains 280-megawatt wind farm in Ford County began full operation in March. Westar will own and operate the wind farm, which Infinity Wind developed and Mortenson Construction built. Courtesy/Westar Courtesy of Westar

Kansas increasingly turning wind into gold

May 03, 2017 04:07 PM

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