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BISMARCK - For more than a decade, they have towered like workhorses over the prairie, their spinning blades catching the wind and converting it to electricity.

ND looks to day when wind turbines stop turning

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BISMARCK - For more than a decade, they have towered like workhorses over the prairie, their spinning blades catching the wind and converting it to electricity.

Now, for the first time, the North Dakota Public Service Commission is considering whether to require operators of the state's oldest commercial wind turbines to provide some form of financial assurance to cover the costs of retiring the turbines when they reach the end of their lifespan.

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