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Iowa Energy Advocates Speak Out Against Trump

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Iowa energy advocates speak out against Trump. Fri, 23 Jun 2017 23:17:17 +0000 Iowa Energy Advocates Speak Out Against Trump Iowa energy advocates speak out against Trump. KCAU iowa. power during his iowa visit this week. " " (nat of rally) president trump is under fire... immeditaely following his comment wednesday on wind energy in iowa. "i don't wanna just hope the wind blows to light up your homes and your factories.... as the birds fall to the ground." reaction has been swift the american wind energy association c- e-o took to twitter... saying... "we were confused by some of the president's remarks" he continued... tweeting that birds are rarely impacted by wind turbines. "there were clearly some misconception s or some mis- statements in his speech." the iowa environmental council says president trump should have chosen his words more wisely... to reflect the true values of the state. "i think iowans are aware of the benefits that we've seen from wind energy in the state, which have been really impressive. we have 36 percent of our power in the state comes from wind, and that's the most of any state in the us" "we use electic, we use wind, we use solar." the president did say he supports all kinds of energy... but focused heavily on coal "coal is something we have a tremdous advantage of." trump also emphasized that thousands of jobs are created by the mining indusry. but the iowa environmental council says the economic benefits of wind power are far greater. "we've got 8 to 9 thousand jobs in the state that are based on the wind energy industry" energy customers are also gaining an advantage. midamerican energy released a statement... saying... "because of wind generation... our customers pay some of the lowest rates in the country and they won't see a base rate increase for at least another 12 years." (nat) although they're upset by the president's comments... iowa energy advocates do jenna:the iowa environmental council says wind energy is a big part of the state's future... and they're glad new governor kim reynolds has made renewable energy one of

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