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Lodi resident Bill Swearingen looks to alternative energy and starts his own wind power business

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Posted: Saturday, June 18, 2011 12:00 am

While staring up at the 135-foot-tall wind turbine that is spinning like clockwork, Lodi resident Bill Swearingen can't stop smiling as he describes how the turbine's blades are taking the ocean wind sweeping through the Montezuma Hills and turning it into energy.

Swearingen recently installed two wind turbines at E.B. Stone, a fertilizer company west of Rio Vista. While describing the project, large turbines stretch across the hills behind him, all moving even though it is a relatively slow wind day in the area.

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