Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly signed a new law requiring wind farms to add technology, like aircraft detection, that turns off the blinking red lights.

Wind farm builders in Kansas should mitigate the flashing pink lights atop wind generators beneath a brand new legislation signed Thursday by Gov. Laura Kelly.

Senate Invoice 49 requires builders to put in mild mitigation know-how on new and present wind farms — however provided that the Federal Aviation Administration approves. The FAA has accredited plane detection lighting programs, which flip off the lights aside from when plane are close to, which is a rarity.

The legislation was proposed by the wind farm trade after the Senate Choose Committee on Wind Turbine Lighting met in October. Supporters seen it as an try by the trade to be good neighbors by responding to a respectable concern.