The Wall Street Journal has an article about "the world's largest wind farm" in Roscoe, Texas, which manages somehow to omit the fact that the facility was built with $121,903,306 in U.S. taxpayer subsidies. The project, the Journal says, employs about 10 staffers and 60 contractors. One way to look at it is that it's about $1.7 million in taxpayer subsidies for each of those 70 jobs. For more on wind energy subsidies please see the earlier posts on the topic here and here.
Wind in Roscoe, Texas