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Utility companies have been steadily adopting renewable electricity, but technologies like wind power still suffer from problems getting energy from where it is produced to where it can be used.

Oklahoma has taken a step toward making itself a center for renewable electricity with the recent decision by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission to create a new utility company.

Wind Capital Group, which is reportedly seeking to construct an 8,300-acre 150-megawatt wind farm in the western part of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, recently signed a contract that will enable it to sell the generated power.