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Community Developments Investments (Summer 2013)
State of the Wind Market
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Figure 1 is a bar chart that shows the annual installation of new wind capacity since 1999.
1999: 844 megawatts.
Figure 2 is a bar chart that shows the cumulative capacity of wind energy installations since 1999.
1999: 2,385 megawatts.
Figure 3 is a bar chart that shows the annual power capacity additions in the United States over time, by percentage.
Figure 4 is a map of the United States that shows the location of wind-related manufacturing and wind power projects. Wind-related manufacturing is clustered mainly in New England, the Southeast, and the upper Midwest, with other facilities scattered throughout the rest of the country. Wind power projects are clustered mainly in New England and the upper and lower Midwest, with other facilities scattered throughout the rest of the country.