Annual Industry Report preview: Supply chain, penetration grow

March 2012
Wind Energy Weekly;3/30/2012, Vol. 29 Issue 1477, p1
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The article focuses on the yet-to-be-released U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report from American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) which shows the expansion of the 2011 wind power's U.S.-based supply chain. It states that the report, which will be released at the AWEA Wind Finance and Investment Seminar in New York, will provide details on 4646 wind turbines across 96 wind projects. It says that manufacturing stores and trends were also provided in the report.


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