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Wind Farms / Roscoe, Texas #1121287

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 25, 2018
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Roscoe, Texas: David Gura) The energy revolution in Texas featured; scenes shown from the small town of Roscoe of wind farms on leased land. [Eon Energy Storage North America vice president Mark FRIGO†- talks about wind energy in Texas.] The energy position of Texas & the president noted. [President TRUMP - says we have ended the war on American energy: clean coal.] [New Amsterdam Global Solutions president Greg WORTHAM†- comments on the president's stance.] Wind energy jobs as compared to coal industry jobs cited. [Landowner Carl CHILDERS†- talks about the business.] The wind energy future for New York City noted.

Snow, Kate;
Gura, David

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