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Turbines spin Oct. 29 as the sun rises at a wind farm near Toronto, S.D. North Dakota is expected to add hundreds of megawatts of wind energy in 2012, while development has slowed to a near stop in South Dakota. The difference is the availability of high-voltage power lines to ship the power to cities that need it.

SD wind project limited by lack of power lines

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) -- North Dakota is expected to add hundreds of megawatts of wind energy this year, while development has slowed to a near stop in South Dakota. The difference seems to be the availability of high-voltage power lines to ship the power to cities that need it.

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