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AWEA Blog Post: Consumer demand drives record year for wind energy purchases

By Celeste Wanner, Into the Wind

It’s a wrap for 2018, and the numbers show a great year for American wind power. AWEA’s
U.S. Wind Industry Fourth Quarter 2018 Market Report reveals that consumer demand combined with policy stability and low, stable prices helped wind power capacity installations rise to the third strongest quarter in the industry’s history. Another big highlight—demand from corporate buyers hit an all-time high in 2018. Here are some of the top takeaways from this quarter’s report: Continue reading here.

Previously Posted
Checking in on the Nebraska wind boom, Into the Wind

Wyoming in the News
Wind farm developers ask for more time, Gilette News Record
The $5 billion wind farm backed by Colorado billionaire Philip Anschutz is set to install up to 1,000 turbines on portions of 320,000 acres of federally- and privately-owned lands south of Rawlins and northwest of Saratoga. It’s projected to usher in about $850 million in state tax revenues.