In a logical sense, states that have a bad return on investment rate don’t want wind power or they have something against wind power (like the fact that it disrupts birds or landscapes). These are the states that don’t get enough wind, so investing millions of dollars in wind power would set them back in the short run and only start to pay for themselves after many years. But nowadays more and more turbines can produce electricity even in mild winds.
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