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The Oklahoma Legislature signed House Bill 2298 into law ending qualification for the Zero Emissions Tax Credit for electricity generated by wind turbines effective July 1, 2017. However, projects built before the sunset date will still be paid subsidies for 10 years. That means Oklahoma taxpayers are still subsidizing multi-billion dollar companies foreign to Oklahoma who sell electricity to residents of other states.

Click here to learn how Oklahoma is at risk to payout more than $930 million

Also, WindPower® claims the industry paid $74 million in 2017 Ad Valorem taxes to support local schools.

Click here to learn the truth about how Oklahoma taxpayers actually paid more than 80% of wind ad valorem in 2017.

Learn How Big Wind Can Contribute to Oklahoma’s Budget Deficit

Lawmakers are struggling with how to fund education and a gap in our state budget. The state could potentially generate more than $120 million annually through a simple majority vote of the legislature to change two wind subsidy programs. Read a recent editorial here. Read a recent editorial here

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