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This American state is the ‘wild west’ of wind power

Texas is responsible for over one-quarter of all wind power generated in the US. Image: Unsplash/Matthew T Rader

Kate Whiting

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Rancher Louis Brooks is just one of the people who is benefitting from Texan wind power. Image: WWF/Netflix
2019 Wind power generation by state and political learning Image: RYSTAD ENERGY
Wind powered the equivalent of more than 7 million homes in Texas in 2018. Image: WWF/Netflix
Wind powered the equivalent of more than 7 million homes in Texas in 2018. Image: WWF/Netflix

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