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RT : Did you know? Five states get more than 30% of their electricity from wind! Check out three new wind reports for mo… https://t.co/gyyU3x6GsS

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RT : Wind energy continues to see strong growth, solid performance, and low prices in the U.S. New this year,… https://t.co/QpwoBuclOL

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And on the left in this photo is our Congresswoman, ! Thanks for the visit to… https://t.co/PpAp4yQAM0

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RT : Wind energy accounted for 42% of U.S. electric-generating capacity installed in 2020, more than any other energy so… https://t.co/rkCDAs3SuO

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RT : Cool wind charts from recent wind report: Source: https://t.co/h76YOZq6hg https://t.co/P4CzYrGGao

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RT : The U.S. offshore wind pipeline grew 24% in 2020, with 39 sites now having significant offshore wind development ac… https://t.co/nBkZGPIiIa

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RT : New reports from + found more was installed last year than any other energy source.… https://t.co/ifGvSAEj2X

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Interested in data on the latest trends from the United States? Play around with the data yourself with… https://t.co/mkKan0sDZc

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The health and climate benefits of wind in 2020 dwarf its grid-system value, and the combination of all three far e… https://t.co/H7w8tkBwvM

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The levelized cost of wind energy in the US (without the PTC) averaged $33/MWh for projects built in 2020. Lowest L… https://t.co/pzOwW0qC1g

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PPA prices have been attractive compared to wind’s value in wholesale power markets, but value has been declining.… https://t.co/X1f3GI4VbZ

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New prices compare favorably to the fuel cost of natural gas plants, and are expected to be more favorab… https://t.co/3KlYGVdOy7

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Wind, solar, and natural gas prices are all low. New contracts average around 2 cents/kWh in the central… https://t.co/6Jy0kdKlYk

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Wind project installed capital costs held steady in 2020, averaging $1,460/kW. The lowest costs were found in Texas… https://t.co/Mo7OjDA9b0

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Bigger wind turbines mean more energy output. Average capacity factors are over 40% for recently built projects, an… https://t.co/yAXMUPlqdS

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Even larger wind turbines are on the horizon. New turbines can be over 650 feet tall, ground to blade tip, like thi… https://t.co/CDBXny2rnC

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Wind turbines just keep getting bigger. Thanks to longer blades, average swept area has grown rapidly, driving bett… https://t.co/bfq5Fwa45y

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The US supply chain is diverse. Domestic manufacturing is strongest for nacelle assembly, towers, and bl… https://t.co/wgQheo8DxD

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More is coming. The US has 209 GW of wind capacity in transmission interconnection queues. 61 GW of this is offshor… https://t.co/E7glX3CTv4

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US capacity grew at a record pace in 2020, with $25 billion invested in 16.8 GW of capacity. Wind is now… https://t.co/0ieyGNL2Bi

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