Waging America’s wars using renewable energy

BIG INSTITUTIONS - such as the U.S. armed forces - are signing deals for renewable energy, much of it the result of growing wind energy farms in the Great Plains, including the Colorado Highlands Wind Farm in Fleming, Colo. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/MATTHEW STAVER
BIG INSTITUTIONS - such as the U.S. armed forces - are signing deals for renewable energy, much of it the result of growing wind energy farms in the Great Plains, including the Colorado Highlands Wind Farm in Fleming, Colo. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/MATTHEW STAVER
NEW YORK - A major player in U.S. renewable energy happens to be a five-sided building in Virginia usually associated with deployment of power rather than consumption of it. The U.S. Department of Defense is the second-largest buyer of renewable electricity through deals meant to lock in long-term supply and provide incentives to developers of…

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