Doyle in Favor of Standards

Wisconsin lawmakers sent a bill to Governor Jim Doyle asking that standards be made for wind farms that produce under 100 megawatts of power.
The bill was introduced because many people and developers interested in starting small wind farms have run into a number of problems when attempting to obtain permits across the state. The democratic bill asks that the Public Service Commission come up with standards for those building wind farms.
Democrats feel that by doing so wind farms would pop up across the state generating a number of jobs. However, Republicans feel this is a stretch and the bill is completely unnecessary.
Doyle is in favor of the bill according to his office and is expected to sign it in the near future.
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