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In its Annual Energy Outlook 2007 the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects that by 2030 wind power will supply 4/10 of 1% of US energy consumption and 89/100 of 1% of US electric generation. Small numbers like these clearly indicate that wind power probably won't be a major player in the energy field for decades to come and certainly not a major source of greenhouse gas reduction. Click here to read an article that provides further political and scientific context.

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Anonymous Anonymous Says:

No one from the Wind Industry wants to even acknowledge this information exists. For if they did, it would unravel their misinformation and wild claims very quickly.

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