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View Resource Wind Power and Energy Storage

Some of the most common questions about wind power revolve around the role of energy storage in integrating wind power with the electric grid. The reality is that, while several small-scale energy...

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View Resource Wind, Backup Power, and Emissions

As America and the world grapple with the immense problem of climate change, one energy source stands out as an abundant, affordable and readily available supply option: wind power. The...

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View Resource Wind Energy -- Clean and Reliable

In Europe, Denmark receives over 20% of its electricity from wind energy, and in 2008 Germany received over 7% of its electricity from the wind. Spain had periods in 2008 when wind energy provided...

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View Resource Green Power Superhighways

?Green power superhighway? is a term used to describe the power lines that would be carrying electricity from remote to populated areas. A national green power superhighway would allow plentiful dom...

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View Resource Green Power Transmission and Consumer Savings

Reinvesting in our electric grid will produce a number of major benefits for the country. By connecting world-class wind resources that are currently stranded in remote parts of the U.S., we can put...

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