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Texas getting wired for wind power

Turbines turn slowly at sunset at a wind farm near Panhandle, Texas, this month. Texas is close to completing a sprawling, $7 billion network of high-voltage power lines that will connect wind power to urban markets. Its experiment might hold lessons for the rest of the U.S. DAVID BOWSER / The New York Times

Turbines turn slowly at sunset at a wind farm near Panhandle, Texas, this month. Texas is close to completing a sprawling, $7 billion network of high-voltage power lines that will connect wind power to urban markets. Its experiment might hold lessons for the rest of the U.S.

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