Wind and solar power reached 10% of the US’s needs in March thanks to spring winds and increasing daylight. Iowa hit 37%. That is worth celebrating, and is one of the reasons for the downward cost spiral in the coal industry. The other good news is that the trend will likely continue as more capacity is being added, technologies are being improved, and economies of scale make it increasingly cheaper for clean energies.
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