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Wind turbines are getting bigger, with implications for performance. Use this new interactive dashboard from… https://t.co/HBu9rY8xl8

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When it comes to , Texas is in a league of it’s own with over 22,000 MW and still growing fast. New inter… https://t.co/YkZyRZKrou

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was the second-largest source of new U.S. power capacity added in 2017, beating wind for a second year in a… https://t.co/D3tgOhvf4x

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2/3rds of all US states now have utility-scale (>5MW) projects. More data and interactive data tools at… https://t.co/YKMrcnhxvS

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Nebraska has the best-performing projects in the US, with a state average of 43.8% capacity factor in 20… https://t.co/e6PBIeRu61

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Welcome to the Wind Belt – the five states with the best performing stretch from Oklahoma to North Dakot… https://t.co/TM91Ie90uS

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Utility-scale was 1.5 times bigger than distributed solar in 2017, and is projected to stay that way. New… https://t.co/rokXajBZwy

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is now at 1.8% of US power supply, but 15% in California. Full data through 2017 and interactive data tools… https://t.co/Kf5seImoLk

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Utility-scale spread to 4 new states in 2017: MI, MO, MS, OK. More data from new annual report at… https://t.co/Jo1PUpk1Do

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Our annual utility-scale rport is out! Data, graphics, and more. At https://t.co/gi2lPrIBV5. https://t.co/RRUDYBNUPu

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TODAY: Free webinar on the policy issues states and utilities are facing on vehicles. Sept 13, at 1:30 ET… https://t.co/ZmuAz4lsFZ

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TODAY at 2ET: The technical potential for building is large; most constraints are economic. Learn… https://t.co/LbcUtsu2Ob

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The move toward building would benefit from time-varying rates, ZNE building codes, demand respons… https://t.co/EIaDBgz3Yi

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The technical potential for building is large; most constraints are economic. Learn more from our… https://t.co/LDp0x1ufQZ

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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/yBza97F4Yk

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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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