Clean energy advocates gather to show that wind is working
ANN ARBOR - Volunteers and members of the Clean Energy Now coalition (CEN) gathered at locations across Michigan to mark Global Wind Day with kite flying events.
“I’m proud to stand with activists today to send a message that wind is working,” said Rick Wilson, Vice President of Operations with Heritage Sustainable Energy. “Recently even the biggest utilities in the state have acknowledged that wind energy is cheaper than energy from coal-fired plants. Best of all, investing in clean energy is already saving ratepayers, creating jobs and reducing the need for expensive and outdated power plants.”