Nixon, in his State of Union Address in January of 1964:
“Let this be our national goal: At the end of this decade, in the year 1980, the United States will not be dependent on any other country for the energy we need to provide …show more content…
This could reduce the amount of global warming gases released into the air, tremendously. As reported by the United States Department of Energy, an estimated 7,600 million tons of carbon dioxide could be avoided if we were to increase the usage of wind energy to twenty percent by the end of the year 2030. (United States Department of Energy) When aware of the potentially fatal effect of wind energy farms on wildlife, the environmental advantages of wind energy overcome those. As technology improves, wind energy also improves, insuring the safety of wildlife. There will be more things to be learned on the safety of wind turbines, and the best way to incorporate this to the environment, with very little negative impact.
With an astounding number of new jobs coming along with these wind turbines, the economy only benefits. Local economies would begin to grow and prosper with the new revenue. With wind energy, farmers can continue tending to their agriculture and livestock, and earn so extra revenue, all while providing clean energy. Along with incorporating wind energy, adding a new national energy grid would only increase the advantages.
Lastly, and maybe the most important thing of all, with an investment in wind energy, the United States will maybe one day be able to find the reassurance need for the future of energy. No longer having to depend on foreign countries for that energy. The potential for wind energy is undeniably incredible, and it is right here on the United States