It would take thousands of these clean-energy, landscape-marring
machines [wind turbines] to generate only a slice of the region's power needs. Consider a recent Department of Energy Study. It shows that nationwide, moving to 10 percent renewable energy would still see coal burning increase substantially because of rapidly growing electrical demand.
Tom Horton, staff environmental writer of the weekly column 'On the
Bay', The Baltimore Sun: "Wind farms a problem, too," 2/27/04