Wind turbines fail in Minnesota's cold weather

(WASHINGTON TIMES) — Ed Morrissey over at Hot Air has posted some amusing green energy news from his home state of Minnesota. Apparently, the cold weather is also causing the wind turbines in the state to malfunction. Ed writes:

“Minnesota invested itself in alternative energy sources years ago, and so the revelation that the state spent $3.3 million on eleven wind turbines hardly qualifies as news. However, the fact that they don’t work in cold weather does. KSTP reports that none of the wind turbines work, prompting the Twin Cities ABC affiliate to dub them ‘no-spin zones’.”

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