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Wind kilowatt hour prices are still falling, albeit more slowly. For the first time, machine prices from the Danish industry rose between 1995 and 1996, but prices of complete wind farms are going down. On competitive markets there is evidence of wind giving the conventionals a hard time -- in practice, not just in theory -- despite lower electricity prices, the result of falling coal and oil prices. See Northern Ireland and Sweden.

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