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Resources

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ISO New England 2016 Regional Electricity Outlook

http://www.iso-ne.com/static-assets/documents/2016/03/2016_reo.pdf

EIA State Analysis

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The United States generates more wind energy than any other country except China, and wind has accounted for more than a third of all newly installed U.S. electricity generation capacity since 2007.

Source: energy.gov

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