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Wind Bringing Power and Money to Spanish Fork Schools

Wind Bringing Power and Money to Spanish Fork Schools



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(KSL News) Wind soon could bring power and money to schools in Spanish Fork.

A wind farm is under construction at the mouth of Spanish Fork canyon. When it is completed next spring, it should provide enough electricity to power 19,000 average homes.

Once built, the farm will be sold to Rocky Mountain Power, which will pay property taxes on it. All of the revenue from those taxes will go to schools in the Spanish Fork and Nebo districts.

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