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Podcasts Archives - 2007

WINDExchange and the National Association of Farm Broadcasters produce a series of radio interviews on wind energy topics including national policy, economic benefits to rural communities, water conservation, and wind turbine quality and certification. To subscribe, click on the PODCAST button below to open up the feed. Copy the URL from your browser's address bar into your podcast subscription software. For a list of podcast software, see Podcasting News' list of podcast software clients.

Podcast

Title: Wind Capacity Growing as Americans Embrace All the Energy Source Has to Offer

Speaker: Roya Stanley, Director of Iowa's Office of Energy Independence

Date: December 17, 2007

Running time: 3 minutes

Title: Wind for Schools: Source of Education, Electricity, Revenue

Speaker: Roya Stanely, Director of Iowa's Office of Energy Independence

Date: December 06, 2007

Running time: 3 minutes

Title: Time for Rural America to Fully Embrace Wind Energy, Educate

Speaker: Dan McGuire, Director of the American Corn Growers Foundation Wealth from the Wind Program

Date: November 13, 2007

Running time: 3 minutes

Title: Corn Growers Excited by Wind Energy's Water and Natural Gas Savings

Speaker: Dan McGuire, Director of the American Corn Growers Foundation Wealth from the Wind Program

Date: November 01, 2007

Running time: 3 minutes

Title: Wind Energy Powering Homes, Rural Communities

Speaker: Peggy Beltrone, Cascade County, Montana Commissioner

Date: October 01, 2007

Running time: 4 minutes

Title: Wind Energy Projects: A Winning Situation for Local Economies

Speaker: John Stulp, Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture

Date: September 14, 2007

Running time: 3 minutes

Title: Wind Energy Brings Money to Rural Communities

Speaker: Larry Flowers, National Technical Director of Wind Powering America

Date: July 31, 2007

Running time: 4 minutes