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The California sun and the prairie state winds are duking it out, as and share the lead for… https://t.co/IyWxiO4xYi

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The biennial 2018 Renewable Energy Grid Integration Data Book is out, with dozens of tables, maps, and analysis on… https://t.co/GXgOEKJR3J

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TODAY: Our new report looks at income trends among 1.4 million solar homeowners, at https://t.co/1Wz6zCrb6e. Join… https://t.co/PKyq3PWg3z

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TOMORROW: Our new report looks at income trends among 1.4 million solar homeowners, at https://t.co/1Wz6zCrb6e. Jo… https://t.co/BoJcreB5fx

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RT : Berkeley Lab ( ) issues new report on -adopter income trends | Central… https://t.co/cw1XS1u2Va

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As the price of solar power falls, it is moving into the mainstream, being taken up by moderate and lower income Am… https://t.co/IyusggwG6W

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Join the authors for a free webinar to learn more about demographic trends for adopters. Tuesday, March 10t… https://t.co/cS5iKqv4ep

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Louisiana has the highest % of solar adopters with less than $100k income--almost 80%. Over half of solar adopters… https://t.co/1bosEaKMnK

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Lower income households are going solar. Households with incomes of less than $100,000 grew from 39% of solar adopt… https://t.co/HiS9eW4ElB

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About 15% of solar adopters in the US make less than $50,000 per year, while another third make between $50,000 and… https://t.co/Zf7vK9Os8y

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THREAD: As the price of solar power falls, it is moving into the mainstream, increasingly being taken up by modera… https://t.co/3Muk6AT7AG

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TODAY: Have you noticed that wind turbine blades keep getting bigger? Join a webinar with and https://t.co/HZhsWLBPhL

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To learn more, join a webinar with and researchers to learn how big rotors can improve the perfo… https://t.co/1zK1FB8gxz

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Last one: bigger blades means wind turbines put out more power per unit of turbine mass. The ratio for the https://t.co/ppXVGANc03

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Low specific power also often means higher value, as generation is spread across more hours. At penetration levels… https://t.co/RqN5dbZ91L

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High specific power (High SP) turbines are likely to be deployed only if their CapEx is significantly lower than th… https://t.co/DywONbXD9J

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Looking ahead, geospatial modeling shows that low specific power (Low SP) turbines are projected to generate the lo… https://t.co/mOYux7456R

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Higher capacity factors often mean a lower cost of energy. PPA prices have dropped 70% and LCOE has dr… https://t.co/yF2RCNzRxu

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Capacity factor increases with wind speed, but also with lower specific power. Wind machines with low specific pow… https://t.co/f60wuREQu1

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These changes to specific power are driving up capacity factors. New projects in recent years have CFs well over 4… https://t.co/WYRaqJRzpK

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