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In 2011, wind energy generated 2.9 percent of our electricity. And, yes, its level of generation has more than doubled

November 9, 2012

China again added more wind capacity in 2011 than did the United States: 2.6 times as much, according to the

February 17, 2012

In the 1970s and 1980s, the proponents of wind power claimed that renewables would be cost-competitive in a few years

February 16, 2012

Updated February 1, 2011 Download PDF: Levelized Cost of New Electricity Generating Technologies The Energy Information Administration (EIA) produces forecasts

February 1, 2011

Today, Mason Inman penned an article in the National Geographic that discusses a paper which argues it is both possible

January 18, 2011
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