Wind-power growth in Texas expected to affect broader industry

02/10/2013 | CleanTechnica

A 3,500-mile wind-power transmission project in Texas that is due to enter service this year will affect other energy sources in the state that are already being affected by other trends as well, industry observers said. Declining wind-power costs and stricter regulations on nuclear power in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear incident are expected to curb the growth of nuclear and coal in Texas, while ushering in more wind projects, executives said.

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