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With interest (and investment) in wind energy growing by leaps and bounds, Tom Gray is uniquely positioned to discuss the realities and the future of wind energy as the Director of Communications and Outreach for the American Wind Energy Association
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The huge turbines are taller than London's Gherkin skyscraper.