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Wind turbines are producing more power than they used to. Is it because turbines are better or is it just getting w… https://t.co/dYqZDc0JbZ

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RT : We are excited to join the PR100 Study and support Puerto Rico’s goal of 100% by 2050! ♻️ Learn a… https://t.co/Ym5ZMufrS2

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And don't miss the National Energy Storage Summit: Jumpstarting America’s Energy Storage Future on Mar… https://t.co/ugZ8XSa9iD

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To play with the data on power grid interconnection queues, visit our interactive da… https://t.co/IaGYbxf51C

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There is a tidal wave of renewable energy waiting to get connected to the grid. But long-term grid planning is not… https://t.co/Uty6EYT7FD

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For the underlying data, see our interactive data visualization at https://t.co/X6kU3tcedt. The % in… https://t.co/n6QohruRWp

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Looks interesting. We did some work a couple years back o… https://t.co/vGm2uYxqZm

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For the full research on our assessment of land use for see https://t.co/v133i92dFU https://t.co/NLEDwclnhm

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Wind power is paying $1.6 billion in property taxes, much of it to rural school districts. Our just-published resea… https://t.co/AWl47oayET

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The power and energy density data people use now for utility-scale solar was published nearly a decade ago, and sig… https://t.co/is0SVDmOmQ

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RT : 🚨Last May, we released a report asking which is better – hybrid plants or independently-sited batterie… https://t.co/O5nqFIt4B9

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RT : "A 100-megawatt tracking solar array would have needed about 600 acres in 2011, but would only have needed about 42… https://t.co/73q2UaBlqV

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Our new research on land use from utility scale solar is featured in news. https://t.co/c2FdJcUSyE

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The power and energy density data people use now for utility-scale solar was published nearly a decade ago, and sig… https://t.co/Rlp4aPcnOo

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Grid operators plan their power needs in advance, but how accurately can solar generators predict their output? Ne… https://t.co/FBRwUF0q0O

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RT : Just caught up w/this 2021 paper by Dev Millstein et al. on "the race between declining cost & decl… https://t.co/S1XdQEnsKt

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RT : Today in "trends I didn't expect to see": We can fit 50% more solar power on the same amount of land than we could… https://t.co/wIIvBjsMNW

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For more info on trends in power and energy density for utility-scale solar, join our FREE WEBINAR with the authors… https://t.co/0aAmYOkDgu

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We then track density trends over time, by fixed-tilt versus tracking plants. We find that power density increased… https://t.co/Z2GcBCfqyE

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