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Despite pressure from the other fuel sources, with the nuclear lobby parading its green credentials (but generally being coy on costs), economic studies continue to show without exception that wind prices are on a strong downward path, with plenty of technical innovations still in the pipeline to keep the trend going. The lower prices are at least partly due to ever larger machines, which bring about savings in infrastructure and operational costs. Well over 50 1 MW machines are now operating.

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