Joshua S. Hill Via CleanTechnica:
The American Wind Energy Association has commented on the US Department of Energy’s data released for 2014 this week, which showed that wind energy added “significantly more” electricity than any other resource across the year.
According to Department of Energy (DoE) Energy Information Administration (EIA) statistics, wind energy generated 4.4% of all electricity during 2014, maintaining its position as the country’s fifth largest electricity source.
Wind energy generated a total of 181,791 GWh of electricity in 2014, up 13,951 GWh over 2013 levels.
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