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View Resource Electric Components for the Wind Industry

To achieve 20% electricity from wind in the US, the industry would require a major scale-up in annual wind power installations. This installation rate would need to gradually increase from around 8...

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View Resource Basics about the Wind Energy Value Chain

For the past five years, new wind power project installations have been expanding at an average rate of 32% per year. Although the current economic crisis has slowed growth for 2009, wind power...

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View Resource Electric Utilities and Wind Power – A Good Mix

As the nation?s attention focuses more on global warming, the importance of wind energy as a readily-available solution becomes clearer. Wind energy can help the U.S. reduce and stabilize carbon d...

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View Resource 20% Wind Energy by 2030

Wind power can play a major role in meeting America's increasing demand for electricity, according to a groundbreaking technical report, "20% Wind Energy by 2030: Increasing Wind Energy's...

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View Resource Metal Working for the Wind Industry

Metal components make up nearly 90% of the weight and over one-third of the value of a modern wind turbine1. The wind industry installed over 5,000 commercial-scale wind turbines in 20082, which...

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