AWEA says more wind turbines will be cranking in 2014

February 2014
Electrical Wholesaling Exclusive Insight;2/3/2014, p1
The article discusses the U.S. Wind Industry Fourth Quarter 2013 Market Report published by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). The record growth for wind energy in 2013 was attributed to the extension of the Production Tax Credit and investments in technological advancements that have lowered the cost of wind energy by 43% in four years. Other topics discussed include growth of wind turbine manufacturing, states poised for growth in wind energy, and wind power purchase agreements.


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