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  • North Dakota wind farm shows made-in-USA credentials of industry

    29 January 2015 by Carl Levesque Carl Levesque

    Photo of Pantex Wind Farm via Flickr user National Nuclear Security Administration with a Creative Commons license. Over half the value of U.S. wind farms is now made-in-the-USA. This means…

  • What 2014 meant for wind in 5 graphics

    29 January 2015 by Emily Williams Emily Williams

    How much was installed in 2014? In 2014, 4,854 megawatts (MW) were installed in the U.S. – over four times more new wind energy than in 2013. There were about…

  • Senate vote doesn’t reflect wind’s bipartisan support

    28 January 2015 by Jim Reilly

    Congress should act to extend the Production Tax Credit as soon as possible, for as long as possible, to avoid forcing the workforce of the American wind industry off another…

  • Fact check: wind turbines produce much more energy than they consume

    27 January 2015

    This is a guest post by Ketan Joshi, originally posted at Infigen Energy, where Joshi works as a Research and Communications Officer. Wind turbines generate lots of energy. Over the course…

  • Bringing wind energy to Super Bowl XLIX

    26 January 2015 by Tim Morris Tim  Morris

    Last week, The Arizona Republic reported that the Arizona-based Salt River Project will be providing free wind energy to the University of Phoenix Stadium, the host venue for Super Bowl…

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