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January 2010
Wind Power Outlook;2010, p3
The article focuses on the growth in the U.S. wind energy. It states that significant increase in wind installations in 2009 with the U.S. wind projects generating substantial electricity protect consumers from fuel volatility and strengthen energy security. It says that binding long-term commitments for renewable energy installation of the European Union and China still outpace U.S. It notes that the U.S. electric industry works on a diverse, clean mix of flexible and renewable technologies.


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