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The Great Texas Wind Rush suggests that Texas is not so much an oil and gas state, or even an energy state, as a resource-exploitation state.
Few people in Texas know more about the state’s energy promises and pitfalls than Kate Galbraith and Asher Price. They recently teamed up for The Great Texas Wind Rush, a timely look at one of Texas’ most unlikely energy assets.
I talk with Kate Galbraith, who covered energy and environment for the Texas Tribune from 2010 to till just a few weeks ago when she left for the (literally) greener pastures of California.