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Tall, large-rotor wind turbines could boost wholesale energy and capacity value 5-10%, compared to today’s average… https://t.co/mYf02mvLC1

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In high-wind-penetration areas, higher wholesale energy and capacity value is worth $2-3/MWh on average, in additio… https://t.co/JbFywRGDsW

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By shifting generation away from windiest times toward hours with less wind and higher wholesale prices, ‘supersize… https://t.co/ycnROYCGaj

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Our new study in the journal Wind Engineering argues that wind turbine design gains are both cutting direct costs a… https://t.co/Fnt86xYjsi

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RT : : New study finds US plants maintain 87% of peak performance after 17 years, and newer plants… https://t.co/7ttv9OTRz4

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Our Will Gorman appeared on the Power Perspectives Podcast to discuss his recent research on hybrid… https://t.co/VSWeiMFRtY

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Find more of our research on the cost of saving electricity and natural gas for investor-owned and publicly-owned u… https://t.co/CmX33TnTuu

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We found significant variation by state and region. The cost of saving a kWh tended to increase as states achieved… https://t.co/f8msiOUt3c

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Using the database, we made the first composite cost curve for electric EE programs. Codes & standards, rebates for… https://t.co/u21bkcKZ2k

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We used our unique database of utility programs. It has 8,790 program-years, 116 utilities, and 4… https://t.co/uf84qOsz0g

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2.5¢ - That's the average cost to program administrators to save a kilowatt-hour of electricity, according to… https://t.co/fW9oFweLD8

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THREAD: We looked at the cost of electric efficiency programs from 116 investor-owned utilities in 41 states, from… https://t.co/yMDgMS7YFu

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Learn more about distributed permitting data on a free webinar highlighting key findings. Join the authors… https://t.co/mJNz1yHaTU

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Solar permit timelines have become much quicker across the US, but California is still quickest, thanks to state st… https://t.co/a03j99Luol

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Getting a permit for a rooftop solar system takes time, but the median has dropped from 68 days in 2012 to 43 days… https://t.co/aEvDGL68l8

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THREAD: You need a permit to put on your home or business. New research from looks at 200k inst… https://t.co/stktGQRpZH

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RT : : New study finds US plants maintain 87% of peak performance after 17 years, and newer plants… https://t.co/ZdaNDt6zQW

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TODAY: Energy efficiency is still cheaper than buying and delivering natural gas! Join a free webinar presenting ke… https://t.co/tcRbMxZqZi

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