It's a 24-hour operation. We've got a virtual army out there.

We don't believe wind is the sole answer to our energy needs, but we believe wind plays a larger role that it does today.

Customers may think, if they don't see a truck in my neighborhood, that we're not working on the problem. But we're working on those large feeder lines that serve lots of customers and could be blocks from the neighborhood.

We're not trying to say wind turbines don't have an impact [on wildlife]. But if you look at all forms of power generation and compare them, wind stacks up very well.

There is a sweet spot, if you will.