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U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced Wednesday his agency would be directing more than US$ 5 million in grants to wind energy projects.

About US$ 1.8 million will go toward wind turbine manufacturing development, and US$ 3.4 million of that grant money will go toward wind forecasting. US$ 1.2 million is being given to WindLogics. The money will be used to collect meteorological data on 14 plants across the Midwest in conjunction with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and South Dakota State University. Another US$ 2.15 million will go to AWS Truepower in conjunction with the Electricity Reliability Council of Texas. The rest in this latest round of grants, about US$ 1.8 million, will go toward developing mid-size wind turbine manufacturing in the US.
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