Rising demand for wind attributed to cost, environmental advantages

02/24/2013 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

More Pennsylvania residents are opting for wind-generated electricity, which was used in at least 350,000 households in the state last year, industry observers said. Concerns about the environment and energy costs are the two main drivers of demand for wind power, said Titus North, executive director of Citizen Power, which partnered with TriEagle Energy in 2011 to offer wind energy to residential ratepayers in the state.

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