According to his official energy policy, Willard "Mitt" Romney wants states to have final authority over drilling and power generation. It's basically his way of undermining the EPA, allowing states to trump federal regulation.
Romney is providing a preview of what a state-determined energy program could look like. In Colorado, a critical swing state, the candidate is convening a working group, an advisory committee, to consider energy policy. The group has 50 members. Exactly one of them represents the wind industry.
From the Denver Post:
The Romney campaign Monday announced a 50-person Colorado energy advisory committee with a heavy tilt toward the mining and oil and gas industries.
… [A]ll but six members of the group were associated with mining and drilling industries or former Republican officials.
Of those six others, three were from solar generators. And there, in the last paragraph, lonely Sean Tufts from RES Americas, which develops wind power as well as other renewables projects.