U.S. Distributed Wind Energy Potential Can Meet Half of National Electricity Demand

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Energy Saver Update


May 12, 2022

House with a small wind turbine

Have you wondered whether having a small scale wind system, also known as distributed wind, would be right for you?  Wonder no more.  The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory today released the Distributed Wind Energy Futures Studywhich shows distributed wind energy could bring clean power to millions of American households. The study details the high potential of distributed wind to provide more than half of the nation’s current annual electricity consumption.

Visit the Energy Saver Blog to learn more about the study and explore whether distributed wind energy might be possible for you:

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