More than 80 schools across the United States have installed some type of wind turbine to generate their power, and now a program called Wind for Schools is aiming to bring smaller turbines to six states, USA Today reports: Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota. The program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy's Wind Powering America program at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, is the first program to use smaller turbines with a mission of educating students and the community about wind power, says Ian Baring-Gould, senior engineer in a wind technology center at the National Renewable...

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