For the past couple of years Ohio and Ontario have been the primary competitors in the regional contest to build the world's first substantial wind farm on freshwater.
But now Wisconsin apparently is making a serious push to be a major player.
Meanwhile Michigan, which has as much if not more wind power capacity than any of these places, not to mention significantly more shoreline, barely recognizes the race is on.
The Great Lakes State, it seems, remains on the sideline watching the rise of the clean energy economy happen, as evidenced by the Muskegon Chronicle's cut-and-paste approach to the above Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article.
Then again maybe there's more energy innovation happening on Lake Michigan's eastern shore than we previously knew existed, as revealed by this recent Muskegon Chronicle story about Consumers Energy's emerging investment plan for that windy area.