Obama Administration Says Wind Could Supply 35% of All Electricity by 2050 Photo credits: REMA

Obama Administration Says Wind Could Supply 35% of All Electricity by 2050

The Obama administration is setting higher goals for wind power, saying it could supply 35% of the nation's electricity by the year 2050, according to this USA Today report.

Wind power currently generates 4.5% of electricity, but that number is expected to more than double to 10% by 2020, says a report obtained by USA Today that will be released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Energy. The article said, “Improved technology has made wind power more reliable and cheaper, helping spread it at a faster pace across the nation, administration officials.” Details

 

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