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Free webinar on the policy issues states and utilities are facing on vehicles. Sept 13, at 1:30 ET. Regis… https://t.co/Z4pd71kBzz

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Our new report on vehicles debates the policy issues states face on transportation . Regi… https://t.co/ok4aHiHwlI

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prices are at all-time lows, as wind turbines grow larger. New report from posted at… https://t.co/vv1t8B7vGe

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The biggest trend in that you've never heard of -- wind turbines are getting more powerful as 'specific… https://t.co/sr3hkIDhuh

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The levelized cost of wind energy in the US (without the PTC) varies by region; is on the decline. New https://t.co/yg6idfpqV5

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US employs 105,500 workers. Nacelle assembly, towers, blades & hubs are often domestically sourced. New… https://t.co/aC6jnunkHy

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The biggest trend in that you've never heard of -- wind turbines are getting more powerful as 'specific… https://t.co/vZNKXIJpO6

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RT : Wind prices have dropped by $50 per megawatt-hour in eight years, new DOE research shows. https://t.co/8ln7xr1LWq

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Over the last decade, wind represented 55% of electric capacity additions in the Interior of the US, 44% in Great L… https://t.co/rC0lL7QHJQ

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Analysts forecast 8,000-11,000 MW/year of new wind build from 2018 through 2020, before market contraction. New… https://t.co/F57GcJtxo0

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Wind power capacity growing nationally; >6% of US electricity overall, >10% in 14 states, and >30% in 4 states. New… https://t.co/NdjTGgLJdg

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Our annual report for DOE is out! Data visualizations, graphics, and more at https://t.co/5qQEO6culO.… https://t.co/XzP0gW0bJ0

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US capacity continued to grow in 2017; $11 billion invested, mostly in the “interior” region (ND to TX).… https://t.co/JZP8mROItF

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project capital costs averaged $1,610/kW in 2017. New report for at… https://t.co/D7Wq3yB4U0

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Wind power capacity growing nationally; >6% of US electricity overall, >10% in 14 states, and >30% in 4 states. New… https://t.co/vOhjxzXyCz

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Bigger wind turbines perform better than small ones. Average capacity factor of 42% for recently built projects. Ne… https://t.co/88tPwfQTPt

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Wind turbines just keep getting bigger, driving performance gains and cost reductions. Latest trends from the US in… https://t.co/ZsyqH8vMok

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RT : Wind turbines placed in service in 2016 had average capacity factor of 42.5%, up significantly. Why? Wind turbines… https://t.co/Kc4F25N59i

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Our annual report for DOE is out! Data, graphics, and more at https://t.co/5qQEO5USXe. https://t.co/qZAcrt6tr6

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The price of new compares favorably to the fuel cost of natural gas plants. New report for… https://t.co/FQQLm3TgrA

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