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Boleneus, David
Coal to Remain Key U.S. Source of Electrical Power
Wind has substantial disadvantages. It only blows intermittently. An analysis of Iowa’s wind energy generation, the second largest wind generator, shows that the additional wind and solar electrical generation is unable to keep pace with demands. Iowa’s wind generating efficiency is the lowest of any state at 16.7 percent of its installed nameplate capacity of 2,791 MW. Iowa generated 7 percent of its power from wind in 2008, a 148 percent increase since 2005. However, from 2005 to 2008, Iowa added . . . Complete article »

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