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The biggest trend in that you’ve never heard of – the drop in specific power is driving big gains in per… https://t.co/D8ebVVfF2k

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Nebraska has the best-performing wind projects in the US, with a state avg of 43.4% capacity factor in 2018. New in… https://t.co/J7wvEqkSBN

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The levelized cost of wind energy in the US (without the PTC) hit a new all-time low in 2018, averaging $36/MWh. Re… https://t.co/u1SxZ0nIC2

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US employs 114,000 workers. Nacelle assembly, towers, blades & hubs are often domestically sourced. See… https://t.co/42sVNgVUsa

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Analysts project significant new wind growth in 2019 and 2020, followed by a market contraction. Read more in our n… https://t.co/AncqkS4aVb

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The US has 232 GW of capacity in transmission interconnection queues, compared to 96.4 GW online as of… https://t.co/9IyxcPT6d5

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Wind power capacity is growing nationally. Now 6.5% of US electricity overall, more than 10% in 14 states, and mor… https://t.co/J9KB8stpOX

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Wind project capital costs averaged $1,470/kW in 2018, down 40% since 2010. New report on a… https://t.co/9WaiwtyKqg

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Annual DOE Report Finds that Wind Energy Is Being Sold at Record-Low Prices. Read the summary of the r… https://t.co/eIcbV7PiCB

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US capacity continued to grow in 2018; $11 billion invested, mostly in the interior wind belt (Midwest &… https://t.co/xQSKfW75cX

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Wind turbines just keep getting bigger, especially their rotors and generators, averaging 2.4 MW last year. Read t… https://t.co/acXAPl9bt1

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Wind turbines with taller towers are mostly being deployed in the Great Lakes and Northeast (so far…). See our new… https://t.co/hzExJHVqN9

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Bigger wind turbines means more energy output. Average capacity factor of 42% for recently built projects. New… https://t.co/CR43iuoXeD

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The ‘market value’ of wind energy in 2018 varied across plants and regions, averaging $22/MWh. It was lowest in SPP… https://t.co/GS51oqHdEg

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The price of new compares favorably to the fuel cost of natural gas plants, both now and in future proje… https://t.co/mcJFRwd9wS

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The average price of new is now below 2 cents/kWh, supported by federal tax incentives. Read the new… https://t.co/2FTsMWGFoC

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Our annual U.S. Wind Technologies Market Report for DOE is out! You can find the report, data, graphics, and more… https://t.co/fJA9NTivPr

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We're hiring! We are looking for a PhD-level project scientist to work on energy efficiency, long-term utility plan… https://t.co/jNVQcyihEX

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RT : New report from Berkeley Lab describing current trends in retail rate design, and implications of those trends for… https://t.co/JmmKII6cZG

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