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Letter from the Editor - "What's Blowing in US Wind Power" 2019

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Interest in and use of wind power has been surging, and there’s good reason for it. Wind power is a clean, domestic fuel source that is convenient, cost-effective, and sustainable, and contributes positively to the U.S. economy. Yet, widespread use of wind power is still new and presents challenges as well as benefits.

As the popularity of wind power continues to grow, energy professionals are eager for information on where, when, and how much it’s being used; what’s happening in offshore wind; the level of public acceptance and trends in community demand; current, pending, and anticipated legislation and regulations impacting the industry; and innovations to look forward to. “What’s Blowing in US Wind Power” is a special Hot Topic section from Energy Central featuring insights about all these subjects and many more.    

Here are some highlights:

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We hope you benefit from this special section. As always, be sure to Like and comment on articles you find particularly interesting. Then, contribute your own article on Energy Central about how you’re working with wind power! Happy reading.


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