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I write cover clean energy issues for Midwest Energy News, which is part of the Energy News Network, and pen a column on the intersection of clean energy and development for the business...

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A look at how wind power is helping keep wholesale electricity rates flat among cooperatives in the Upper Midwest. 

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Matt Chester on Jan 27, 2022

A timely conversation given the net meterding debate in CA right now

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