NewEnergyNews: TAKING WIND NATIONWIDE

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    Thursday, May 21, 2015

    TAKING WIND NATIONWIDE

    DOE: Bigger Turbines Could Unlock Wind Energy Potential In All 50 States

    19 May 2015 (North American Windpower)

    “Larger wind turbines could allow the U.S. to access untapped, stronger wind resource areas across the country and lead to wind energy development in all 50 states, according to [Enabling Wind Power Nationwide from] the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)…[T]he new report highlights the potential for technical advancements [like taller turbine towers of 110 and 140 meters and larger rotors] to tap wind resources in regions with limited wind development today, such as the Southeast. These new regions represent an additional 700,000 square miles - or about one-fifth of the U.S. - bringing the total area of technical wind potential to 1.8 million square miles…” click here for more

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