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    Thursday, August 07, 2014

    WIND ELECTRICITY HITS ‘HISTORIC’ BARGAIN PRICE

    Wind power offers consumers and corporate purchasers historic low prices, aiding U.S. industry’s continued recovery in second quarter

    August 4, 2014 (American Wind Energy Association)

    “…[W]ind power is helping to save consumers money in many regions of the country, encouraging new wind power growth and the start of construction of over 14,000 megawatts (MW) in America so far this year [according to the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA)] U.S. Wind Industry Second Quarter 2014 Market Report…15 wind energy projects have been completed and gone online since the start of the year, adding 217 MW in the first quarter and 619 MW in the second quarter. Installed U.S. wind generating capacity as of June 30 stood at 61,946 MW…Another 109 projects were underway at mid-year, representing up to 14,600 MW of additional capacity…[Just since April], leading brands like Google, IKEA, MARS, and Microsoft have announced new contracts or investments for additional wind energy. A variety of industries are also investing in their own on-site wind turbines…Texas has by far the most wind energy under construction in the nation, with approximately 8,300 MW of the total…Another 6,200 MW are under construction in 20 other states, focused in the Midwest and Plains…” click here for more

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