WESLACO, Texas — A turbine to collect and generate wind energy was installed this week at H. E. Butt Grocery’s warehouse here, reports said. The equipment from Wind Energy Corp. of Elizabeth, Ky., is part of a partnership between H-E-B and Wind Energy to test wind power opportunities in South Texas announced earlier this year. San Antonio-based H-E-B said the program would help provide power to the warehouse as part of an 18-to-24-month test. The turbine was installed on a 100-foot tower ...

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