WindEconomics: US wind power growth slowed in 2022, but project costs continued to fall

The US installed 8.5GW of wind power capacity in 2022 – less than the amounts installed in 2020 and 2021. By the end of the year, the total capacity was 144GW, second only to China, according to Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory’s Land-based Wind Market Report: 2023 Edition.

by David Milborrow

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