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Plans for Windfarms Sprout in Midwest, Southwest. Could Costs Fall Further?

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Industry Segment: Power | Word Count: 864 Words
Attachment: Wind Power in US States 2018-19, Wind Power in US Regions 2017-18, Wind Power in US States 2017-18, Wind Power in US Regions 2018-19

SUGAR LAND--October 10, 2017--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Windfarms are scheduled to shoot up across two U.S. regions, the Southwest and the Midwest, over the next two years as developers continue their push for wind-generated power. On a rolling 12-month basis for the next two years, those regions are expected to account for about 50% of all new windfarm kickoffs, according to Industrial Info's North American Project Platform.

Within this article: Details on the growth of the U.S. wind-power industry and how prices could fluctuate as more utilities adopt wind-generated energy.


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